Gen. Ezugwu Meets Ezeaku, Drums Support For Rangers International

The management of Rangers International has received the big support of the architect of Nigeria’s first Indigenous Mine Resistant, Ambush Protected Armored Carrier, Major General Victor Ezugwu (Rtd).

This comes as he paid a visit to the club’s General Manager and CEO Barrister Amobi Ezeaku at newly renovated corporate headquarters.

Speaking during the visit, the former G.O.C, 7 Division, Maiduguri, and Director General of DICON congratulated the young club boss for his appointment describing him as a square peg in a square hole.

He Charges the G.M/CEO to bring out all in his arsenal to take Rangers back to the heights of best footballing clubs not only in Nigeria but within the continent and the world.

“I was very glad when I heard of your appointment by the Enugu state governor, Dr. Peter Mbah”.

“This is a call to service for you and all that are working with you and I charge you to always be at your best as I have always known you to be and take Rangers to where it rightly belongs” He added.

“With all the experiences at your disposal coupled with the contacts you have, success is a sure bet for you and your management team. Make your decisions based on Godly principles and you will see the hand of God in this position that has been handed to you. Congratulations,” concluded the retired military general.

Speaking earlier in his welcome Address, Amobi Ezeaku, thanked the retired general for finding time out of his busy schedule to visit him.

He said, “Sir, I must thank you immensely for all your fatherly words ever since I got to know you and also, for finding time out of your ever busy schedule to pay us this visit”.

“It is a big privilege and we, at Rangers, shall do all in our power to ensure that we take the club to the highest level of club football, We shall not disappoint you and others like you who talk, think, sleep, and wake up with good thoughts for our darling club, Rangers. We also congratulate you on your gracious retirement from service”.

Also present at the visit was the administrative secretary of Rangers, Barrister Ferdinand Ugwuarua, and other top management staff.

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