36 States storm Erinle for Moje National YSFON U-13/, U-18 tourneys


Erinle Community in Oyun Local Government Area of Kwara State is set host the 36 state of the federation in the first edition of Moje National YSFON U-13 Boys/U-18 Girls  Soccer Competition.
The national tournament scheduled to hold between 24th of November to December 1st, 2018 will be organised by Youth Sports Federation of Nigeria (YSFON), Kwara State Chapter.
Speaking on Wednesday during the inauguration of the Local Organising Committee for game held in Elerin of Erinle Palace, the state Chairman of YSFON, Prince AdemolaKiyesola promised that the tournament will be annual event, having supported by all the community leaders.
He said, “It is a challenge to host this tournament here but I have the believe that we are going to have a successful tournament with the calibar of sports loving people we have in this community.
“Erinle is a peaceful and accommodating community and they are going to exhibit it before, during and after the competition.
“He however charged Erinle people to play their their own role in order to have a successful competition, come November 24th, 2018,” said the Chairman of YSFON.
Also speaking, the National Officer of YSFON, Alhaji Ahmed Abdullah commended the state YSFON for the tournament, as he task them to take proper care of the little kids and the girls who are coming to partake in twin events.
The YSFON national officer urged the security personnel to provide adequate security for the visitors that are coming from western, eastern and northern regions of Nigeria.
The Elerin of Erinle, Oba AbdulganiyuAjibola, Olusokunll promised to give his total support to the organiser in their quest to put the name of the community on higher pedestal.
Oba Abdulganiyu however tasked the members of LOC to justify their inclusion into the committee by been an active member of the committee.
The ceremony was attended by security agencies such as Police, Nigeria Security Civil Defence Cops (NSCDC), Vigilante. Also in attendance are transporters, youth and community leaders.

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