NFF relocates to Dankaro House, six years after completion

NFF relocates to Dankaro House, six years after completion

September 22, 2020 sdikdwvy 0

first_imgRelatedPosts Minister gives condition for resumption of contact sports Minister pledges support for development of AI, robotics in Nigeria NSF 2020: Sports minister raises fresh hope The Nigeria Football Federation has relocated to its new secretariat, six years after the office was completed. The new secretariat, named: “Sunday Dankaro House,” is located in the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the office, constructed at the cost of N337 million, was inaugurated in July 2013 by former Vice President Namadi Sambo, but had remained abandoned until recent moves by the Sports Minister, Sunday Dare, to get it fully utilised. Dare had visited the Sunday Dankaro House in January to assess the renovation work and mandated the NFF to fast track relocation there. NAN observed the presence of members of staff and NFF officials at the Dankaro House, which now wears a new look. The NFF General Secretary, Dr. Sanusi Mohammed, had confirmed the federation’s gradual relocation from its popular “Glass House” in Zone 7 to the Sunday Dankaro House. The Sunday Dankaro House comprises of 27 offices with six board rooms, a penthouse and a 120-car parking space.Tags: Moshood Abiola National StadiumNFFSunday Dankaro HouseSunday Darelast_img

 

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