Following the recall of the suspended vice chairman of Warri Wolves Football Club, Alex Amudo, by the management of the Delta state owned team, the Club Owners Association have responded by lifting the suspension earlier placed on the south-south team from participating in its meetings and activities.
Speaking to journalists in Kaduna Tuesday, the Acting Secretary of the Club Owners Alloy Chukwuemeka said the Association have received the information about the recall of Amudo with joy and thereby reciprocated the gesture by lifting the suspension earlier placed on the premier league club with immediate effect.
He commended the management of Warri Wolves for their maturity by listening to the pleas and interventions by several stakeholders on the issue just as he said the reunion by all the concerned parties was done in the true spirit of sportsmanship. Chukwuemeka who is the General Manager of ABS FC Ilorin called on all the relevant stakeholders in sports to join hands and fashion out the best way to revamp the sector which according to him remains a strong and viable tool for the unity and cooperate existence of our country.
The Club Owners secretary added that the Association would soon meet before the end of June to review the first stanza of the league.