Dikko draws curtain on CAF ‘C’ License course

By Daily Sports on October 17, 2016

NFF 2nd Vice President, Mallam Shehu Dikko has praised participants at the two –week CAF ‘C’ License Course organized by the Nigeria Football Federation for their quest for knowledge and capacity enhancement.

Dikko, who is also Chairman of the League Management Company, said this while declaring the course closed on Friday at the NFF/FIFA Technical Centre, National Stadium, Abuja.

“Today’s world is all about constantly seeking knowledge, constantly improving your capacity in whatever vocation you are. I congratulate you on the successful completion of this course, but I urge you to grab the next opportunity to further enhance your capacity, until you reach the very top.

“The Nigeria Football Federation will continue to do its utmost to provide support to all workers in football who seek to make themselves better professionals in their calling.”

Former Nigeria coaches and highly experienced CAF instructors Chief Adegboye Onigbinde and Mr. James Peters, former NFF Technical Director, Chief Kashimawo Laloko (also a CAF instructor) and incumbent NFF Technical Director, Coach Bitrus Bewarang took charge of the course. The programme was coordinated by former Nigerian international player and NFF Assistant Director (Technical), Siji Lagunju.

Former international players Tarila Okoronwanta, Akin Akinseinde, Sani Adamu, Arthur Madueme, Rita Nwadike and Efioanwan Ekpo were among notable faces at the two –week course.

Bewarang informed thenff.com that arrangements are already being finalized for the concluding part of the CAF ‘A’ Course, which first part held some months ago. (thenff.com)

•Photo shows Participants at CAF C License course

Source Daily Sports

Posted October 17, 2016


 

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