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Again! Sunday Dare Gives Back to Society, as Black Scorpion FC Gets Unveiling Date

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Renowned for his dedication to national development and progress of his homeland, one of Nigeria’s most illustrious sons, Chief Sunday Dare has initiated yet another significant endeavor with the establishment of Black Scorpion Football Club, which is set for unveiling on Tuesday, April 2nd.

Black Scorpion FC, a brainchild of the former Minister of Youth and Sports Development will be based in Ogbomoso, Oyo state as it is poised to make its debut in the NLO 1 division of the Nigerian Football league system. The official unveiling ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, April 2nd in Ogbomoso and will be graced by the esteemed presence of the Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Ghandi Olaoye, serving as the special guest of honor. Additionally, the event will witness the attendance of distinguished ex-Nigerian internationals including Mutiu Adepoju, Seyi Olofinjana, Dimeji Lawal, among others.

Chief Dare has consistently exhibited profound dedication to the development of Nigeria and the welfare of his people. Among his notable contributions are the facilitation of the refurbishment of Basketball ball court at LAUTEH, renovation of pavilion at soun Stadium, that is roofing of Soun stadium. spearheading a 1.3 billion naira Ecological and Erosion Control Project, and facilitating the disbursement of interest-free loans under the Micro Enterprise Enhancement Scheme (MEES) to over 300 women across the 33 local government areas of Oyo State.

Furthermore, Chief Dare has sponsored the training of 40 coaches abroad, donated a 30-room ensuite hostel to Ayede Polytechnic, and provided 150,000 naira in cash relief to widows, the elderly, and women of the Ogbomoso Omolaso Society. Additionally, he has facilitated the provision of equipment to Okelerin Primary Hospital in Ogbomoso.

Dare facilitated free food relief packages across all zones in Oyo State, as well as aiding over 1650 youths undertake trade and skills acquisition programmes. These are only but a few programs and donations which he has undertaken to aid growth and development in the land. He went further to donate 17 seater bus fo federal Polytechnic Ayede, built and donated Ogbomoso sports arena and youth centre, Ikoyi Ile Multi Sports stadium project of close to half a billion naira has since commenced in ogbomoso. Just a few to mention.

The establishment of Black Scorpion FC serves as another chapter in Chief Sunday Dare’s undying commitment to uplifting communities and engendering development in Nigeria.

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Football Charity Cup: Team Attom pounces Team Celebrity 4-1

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Joel Ajayi 

Its was a gale of enjoyment,fun and celebration for many resident of FCT over the weekend as the arrays of legend players all over the world as well as Nigerians entertainer dazzled In football charity Cup.

Legend players like the former Arsenal of England star, Emmanuel Ebue,  former Chelsea of England star, Claude Makelele, comedians, AY, Sabinus and Broda Shaggy

Other notable music stars like Tiwa Savage, Wande Cool,  and several other top celebrities graced the occasion.

The Match was organized by the Attom Foundation to raise funds and awareness to support eye care treatment for at least 10,000 Nigerians, particularly the elderly, affected by vision problems such as refractive errors, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma.

However, Moshood Abiola National Stadium came alive with overwhelming crowds  as Team Attom pounced Team Celebrity 4-1 to win the inaugural edition of  Attom Charity Champions cup.

Super Eagles star, Kelechi Iheancho was the hero of Saturday’s  match played at the Moshold Abiola stadium.

Iheancho was definitely a thorn in the defence of the opposing team that was led by former Super Eagles captain, Jay Jay Okocha. His effort saw him score a brace and creating the penalty.

Hoever, the Jay Jay Okocha team paraded several current and former Super Eagles players in addition to other former international football stars in their midst. The team had the likes of Ahmed Musa, Samuel Chukwueze, Kenneth Omerou, former South African, Mark Fish to mention but a few.

Despite all their efforts which saw them mostly dictating the pace of the game, their matter was not helped by the glaring misses of Samuel Chukwueze who had several begging chances to score but squandered them all.

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