Two times African giants, Enyimba FC, after facing difficulties in using their stadia for Caf Champions league games and in fulfilment of LMC club licensing requirements smiles at last as the Goverment gifts the team a new Electronic score board.
After several months of delay occasioned by a lot of factors, including the shut down of the international airspace as a result of Covid-19, the brand new electronic scoreboard for the Enyimba International Stadium finally arrived the Stadium over the weekend.
The eye catchy scoreboard is expected to be mounted and be put to use immediately.
This laudable effort of the Abia State government further reinstates the Governors Ikpeazu led administration efforts to raise the standard of the Stadium in the state.
The Enyimba International Stadium has undergone massive metamorphosis under the watch of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu.
As at today, the stadium has the most updated soccer playing pitch in Africa and clearly the best in Nigeria.
With this electronic scoreboard, there will be very few stadia in the country today that can match the Enyimba International Stadium.
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