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Obiano encourage champions Ifeanyi Uba FC with N10m, plots of land.

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Anambra state literally stood still, as the Federation Cup Champions FC Ifeanyi Ubah, management, supporters, as well as Governor Willie Obiano celebrated the Anambra Warriors.

The victory parade which started from the Ifeanyi Ubah FC Stadium at Ozobulu, Nnewi North LGA, had in attendance, football fan across the state, thronged the stadium to share their footboll club for winning the 2016 Federation cup trophy by deafiting Nasarawa Unted 5-4.


From Ifeanyi Ubah International Stadium, Nnewi to the Governor’s Lodge in Amawbia where the trophy was presented to Governor Obiano before touring other parts of the state and back to the stadium.
Before presenting the trophy to Governor Obiano, Ifeanyi Ubah praised the gallant efforts of the team, assuring fans that the all-conquering team, popularly called Anambra Warriors would do Anambra state and Nigeria proud in the 2017 CAF Confederations Cup.

Ubah thanked the Governor and the entire people of Anambra state for the immense love and support shown to FC Ifeanyi Ubah, and  solicit their continued support and prayers to enable them do the nation proud by winning the Confederation Cup.

State governor, Willie Obiano notes  that by winning the Federation Cup and qualifying for the CAF Organized Confederation Cup. FC Ifeanyi Ubah have done ‘Ndi Anambra’ and the entire Igbo race proud and gave a ten million naira support to the club as well as plots of land.
Fans of the club could not hold back their joy over the victory urging the team to ensure they win the CAF tournament and bring home the trophy to the advantage.
The victory parade attracted dignitary from the state, headed by the state governor, Willie Obiano, the former  National chairman, Victor Umeh, Anambra state commissioner for Youth Entrepreneurship and Sports development, Dr Uju Nwogu and a host of other notable bigwigs from the state.

Bamidele Ajayi, CORE TV, Awka, Anambra State

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