From Esther Akaa, Lafia
The Nasarawa State Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development, Hon. Jafaru Ango, has vowed to lead the revitalisation of the Nasarawa United football club during his term.
Ango stated this in an exclusive interview with The Voice on Tuesday in Lafia, the state capital.
He expressed hope for the club’s revival saying that he was committed to restructuring it for success.
According to him, despite the recent relegation of the club to the Nigeria National League (NNL), he believes that the setback will spur Nasarawa United to become stronger and more competitive.
The commissioner further made known of his intentions to initiate a comprehensive rebranding process, which according to him would yield tangible results in the upcoming season.
He said :”We have commenced the process of redefining the team’s structure,” Ango revealed.
“This restructuring will not only fortify the team but also propel us towards achieving a prominent position in the football arena.
“We are also committed to employing every resource at our disposal to ensure that Nasarawa United Football club returns to the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).
“To the passionate fans who have stood by Nasarawa United through thick and thin, I urge you to maintain your unwavering faith. The team’s resurgence is on the horizon, and we shall emerge stronger than ever before.”