Enugu SWAN Congratulates Lloyd Ike Ekweremadu On New Commissioner Role, Calls For Synergy In Sports Development

The Sports Writers Association of Nigeria, SWAN, Enugu State Chapter, has congratulate Barrister Lloyd Ike Ekweremadu on his assumption of office as the new Commissioner of Youth and Sports in Enugu state.

In Press release by the chapter, through it’s sectary, Chinedu Adonu, the Chairman, Gideon Iwueke while commending as vibrant, young and visionary the news Commissioner is, said, SWAN Enugu state chapter, accept his appointment.

Urging him to swing into action to reshape the decaying values of sports in the state, the chapter preident said,

“Before now, Enugu state SWAN has clamored for the revival of grassroots and secondary school sports to help harness talents in sports activities and make Enugu state the attraction for sports location”.

“We also pray your new office will critically look into the long abandoned NnamdiAzikiwe Stadium, to help Enugu Rangers football club and Athletes return back to their homes”, he continued.

The chairman stated further that, While it pray for a fruitful tenure of Llyod, “we appeal that you partner with Enugu state SWAN for the development of sports in the state, as well as the resuscitation of the state Sports council at independence layout and Awgu games village which has been moribund for decades, We once again thank the governor, Barr. (Dr) Peter NdubuisiMba for promptly constituting the State Executive Council”.

“We assure you of our readiness to highlight and promote Enugu state sports, as the association is bent on using every medium to promote government efforts on the sector (Sports) across all the 17 LGAs of the State”, he Concluded.

Governor Peter Mbah had on Thursday, inaugurated 20 newly-appointed commissioners, who would constitute the State Executive Council.

The governor, in his remarks, on Thursday charged them to get down to work immediately, as the administration was in a hurry to deliver on its campaign promises.

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