PRESS STATEMENT….. NIGER STATE MINISTRY OF SPORTS GAVE NIGER TORNADOES ULTIMATUM……….SPORTS PERMANENT SECRETARY ISSUED GOVERNMENT DISSATISFACTION

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By: Muhammad Muhammad

Niger State Ministry of Sports Development had gave a five match ultimatum to the Management and Technical Crew of the Niger Tornadoes Football Club of Minna in order to turn the fortunes of the team by Wednesday in a rescheduled match of the Nigeria Professional Football League NPFL against Rangers International of Enugu.

In a Press Statement issued by the Permanent Secretary of the Niger State Ministry of Sports Development, Dr Mohammed Gana issued a government dissatisfaction over Niger Tornadoes four matches loss in the current 2019 league season by losing one away to Wikki Tourist of Bauchi and drew three at home to Rivers United, Remo Stars and Bendel Insurance Football Club of Benin.

Dr Mohammed Gana stated that the state ministry of sports had expressed it worry and concern over the abysmal performance of the state team in the NPFL, the Perm Sec said the ministry had over the weeks been following the performance of the club in the current premier league which is detrimental to the fortunes of the team and Nigerlites.

The Sports Permanent Secretary, Dr Mohammed Gana had issued a Directives to that effect of a five match ultimatum to the management of the club and technical crew to move up the league table as any loss may result to outright need for a change in the management.

Dr Gana reiterated that the Sports ministry is leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that the club returned to winning ways, he charged the supporters and fans of the club to remained resolute and pray for the success of the club in this trying times.

Niger Tornadoes Football Club of Minna is currently occupying the 10th position in the group A league table with three points after four matches, the team will be guest to Rangers International of Enugu on Wednesday in a rescheduled match day one fixture.

Signed………..
Dr Mohammed Gana
Permanent Secretary
Niger State Ministry of Sports Development

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