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Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, A Shining Light In Football

January, 14 2023.

Senator Ifeanyi Ubah has been described as a man of many hats, whose dynamism has made him a go getter, in many sphares of life and other human endeavors, especially in the area of sports and most importantly, the world of football.


Talk of sports in general and football in particular, and you will find this truest sports man, and a rare football gem, with unalloyed and unequivocal affinity with the round leather game, which he follows passionately, invests in its funding at diverse levels, and venerates passionately, as a faithful fan.


Aside these few attributes, Senator Ubah has always been a strong pillar in the ecosystem of Sports in Nigeria.


Recently, precisely on Friday, he opened another vista by floating a Club House of Sporting activities, in Nnewi, the manufacturing hob of Anambra State.

The inauguration precipitated a gathering of a large number of high profile persons, and other invitees across board.


Amongst the invitees at the event, was the nation's number one Sports Administrator, Honourable Sunday Dare, came all the way from Abuja, out of his tight schedule to Commission the Club House, which was inaugurated in grand style, amidst fun fare in Nnewi.


As Chairman of the defunct FC Ifeanyi Ubah, and Ifeanyi Ubah Football Academy, the Senator representing Anambra Central has always supported youths in building a career in Sports, while paying heed to their academics.


From the above, it is evident that passionate men like Senator Ifeanyi Ubah are the tonic we need, at all levels of our nation to boost our fortunes in Sports.


Sunday Dare further eulogized Senator Ubah, as one of the not so many people in the country who are implicitly determined to make Sports business rather than, a mere recreational activity.


The Club House has multiple functional Courts, that can be used for Basketball, Volleyball, Lawn Tennis and a standard space for 5-Aside football, among other facilities.

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