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SIFAX beats NAGAFF 3-0, as Maritime Cup kicks off

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Samuel Babujayi of Nigeria Customs Service (left), contesting the ball with Itodo Christian of Sifax Group during the quarter final match of the 6th Ships & Ports Maritime Cup at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos

Samuel Babujayi of Nigeria Customs Service (left), contesting the ball with Itodo Christian of Sifax Group during the quarter final match of the 6th Ships & Ports Maritime Cup at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos. PHOTO: shipsandports.com

Goals from Steven Maduka, Peter Omowele and Collins Otokito propelled SIFAX FC to victory in the opening game of the 2015 Maritime Cup, which seventh edition kicked off at the National Stadium, Lagos, at the weekend.

Eight teams, including National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF), SIFAX, Nigeria Customs Service, Association of Nigerian Licensed Custom Agents (ANCLA), Micura Stevedoring Services, Dominion Divine Clearing Agency, ENL Consortium and Nigerian Ports Authority.

The Maritime Cup is a yearly football competition, which brings agencies and companies in the maritime sector together to compete for the coveted trophy.

Speaking at the end of the competition, Chief Executive Officer of Ships and Ports, Bolaji Akinola, described the tournament as an event that helps operators in the maritime sector the opportunity to bond together in a convivial atmosphere.

“We provide the environment that makes our players excited while competing among themselves. It also gives them the opportunity to build friendships that create a better working environment,” he added.


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