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Two CKD Academy Players Sign Deals with NPFL Side Kwara United

February, 16 2024.

Renowned Abuja-based football academy, CKD Academy has announced that two of its talented players, Obi Bernard and Enemona Daniel have signed contracts with NPFL side Kwara United FC during the mid-season transfer window. This significant milestone marks another success story for CKD Academy and underscores its commitment to nurturing young football talent in Nigeria.


The Academy owned by Mr. Kola Daniel, the Media Aide to the Honourable Minister of Sports Development stated that the both products of CKD Academy who underwent rigorous training and development programs, have demonstrated exceptional skill, dedication, and determination on the field. Their impressive performances have caught the attention of scouts and coaches, ultimately leading to their acquisition by Kwara United FC.


"We are thrilled to see Obi and Enemona take this crucial step in their football careers by joining Kwara United FC," said Mr. Kola Daniel. "Their success is a testament to their hard work, as well as the quality of coaching and support they have received at CKD Academy."


CKD Academy has long been recognized as a breeding ground for top football talent in Nigeria, with a track record of producing players who excel at both the domestic and international levels. The academy's commitment to providing holistic development opportunities, both on and off the pitch, has earned it a reputation as a premier institution for aspiring young footballers.


"We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Obi and Emonona on this milestone achievement," added Mr. Kola Daniel. "Their success is a source of pride for the entire CKD family, and we have no doubt that they will continue to shine brightly at Kwara United FC and beyond."


The duo join a distinguished list of CKD Academy alumni who have made significant contributions to Nigerian football. Notable players such as Emaka Onyema, currently with Nasarawa United, Isaiah Ejeh and Thankgod Ikeagwu with Kwara United. Recall Ejeh played in the Swedish league last season before he returned back home after the expiration of his contract .


As CKD Academy continues to nurture and develop young football talent, it remains committed to its mission of empowering the next generation of Nigerian football stars.

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