NFF President Amaju Pinnick, 2nd vice president/LMC chairman Shehu Dikko and top executives of Nigeria’s most fulfilling power options firm, Aiteo group were at the tremendous Eagles’ Hyatt Regency hotel camp in Paris on Thursday.
The NFF and Aiteo workforce signed a landmark 5-year partnership settlement five weeks ago, which made the vitality options company most reliable associate of the NFF. the corporate’s Deputy Managing Director, Mr. Francis Peters and the workforce government Director (company services/ normal suggestions), Barr. Andrew Obinna Onyearu, had been with Pinnick and Dikko.
NFF and Aiteo group’s settlement is to handle the remuneration of Coaches of all of the national teams, taking a huge financial burden off the shoulders of the football Federation – a move the NFF President has described as the first of a few to come.
“now we have come to introduce these unique Nigerians (Peters and Onyearu) to you (super Eagles), so that you can put your minds at rest that all of your pursuits are receiving the correct of attention by way of the NFF,” Pinnick assured.
“Aiteo have matched their words with motion. the issue of cost of Coaches of the nationwide groups will not be a headache for the NFF. the primary set of funds were made and all those concerned will begin to get their confirmations any moment from now.”
both Mr. Peters and Barr. Onyearu counseled the NFF President and his government Committee for their efforts in attracting corporate Nigeria to the Nigerian sport, urging the Eagles to stay targeted and dedicated to getting good results on the pitch.
Peters mentioned the partnership with the NFF is best the beginning of many more relationships within the close to future.
“We commend this NFF leadership for their foresight and ingenuity. They approached us and we noticed that we are able to lend a hand to unravel some of these financial challenges and also contribute our quota to the development of the game. we’re satisfied to associate with them. that is just the beginning. i’m certain there may be still so much extra to come back,” Peters concluded.