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Ugwuanyi has restored Rangers dignity, says Nwobodo

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Former old Anambra State governor and All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, Senator Jim Nwobodo has applauded Enugu State governor, Mr. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for his commitment and contributions to the remarkable feats recorded by Rangers International Club of Enugu for lifting the 2015/2016 Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) trophy and 2018 AITEO Cup after 32 years and 35 years.

Speaking at the grand reception for the 2018 AITEO Cup Champions, the former governor, said the club’s recent feat was made possible because Ugwuanyi entrusted Enugu State into the hands of God.

Ugwuanyi, who dedicated the trophy to God, stated that the event was “in thanksgiving and praise to the merciful Lord for yet another prayer that He has answered, and for all that He has been doing for us in Enugu State”.

He thanked all stakeholders and teeming supporters of Rangers across the country and beyond for their fervent and unceasing prayers for the overall success of his administration.

Ugwuanyi further stated that his administration has resolved to restore Enugu State as a centre of sports excellence and breeding ground for sporting talents. He therefore, reassured Rangers fans and people of the state of his administration’s unwavering support and assistance to the club, as it continues to pursue both national and international glory next season.     


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