Adamu Yola Gombe South Unity Cup: Yusuf, Awak Shilong, Others name as LOC Members

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As activities of the 7th Adamu Yola Gombe South Unity Cup kick started with the announcement of the Local Organising Committee Chairman Mr. Promise Uwaeme, the teams and fans are all looking forwards to the lineup of activities for the biggest football competition in the North East Nigeria.

The Foundation through the LOC Chairman has announced the remaining members of the LOC. The appointed members are to along with the Chairman ensure that this year’s edition meets international best practices.

In a letter dated 17th August 2022 to the appointed members, Mr. Uwaeme highlighted their unquantifiable roles and sacrifices in the previous editions they were part of that have made them to be tasked with the responsibility of organising the competition once more.

Mohammed Yusuf (Moncaster) returned to the committee as the Vice Chairman, Abdullahi Isah Awak as the Secretary and Miss Becky Wayas, (Assistant Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation) will serve as the Assistant Secretary.

Other members of the Committee includes Mr. Ishaku Alpha Shilong, the Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Adamu Usman Mari, Yusuf Ahmed and Adamu Mu’azu.

With this announcement, the LOC is now fully ready to kick start this year’s activities.

In his charge to the appointed members, the Chairman admonished them to live above board and ensure that the tournament maintains its standard.

“I congratulate and welcome you all on board on behalf of the Adamu Yola Ture Foundation and also thank you all specially for all your commitment, determination and dedication towards ensuring successes of every edition” Uwaeme stated.

“We must bring our A-Game to this edition as we must do everything humanly possible to surpass all previous editions.”

The LOC is expected to roll out the calendar of activities for the 7th edition of the Adamu Yola Gombe South Unity Cup in the coming days.

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