The indomitable football club of Bori playing against Tuabue FC (Gure United) has lifted the first ever the caretaker chairman sponsored peace and unity Super cup at Bori.
Playing in capacity crowded pitch with spectators, saw the indomitable football club of Bori defeat their counterpart, Tuabue United FC in the finals 1-0.
Though a goal a piece was scored in each half of the encounter, the centre Referee disallowed the second goal in the second half.
The first goal was scored beautifully by Jersey No.16 of Indomitable football club of Bori, in the 1st half and went to score another classic in the 2nd half of the encounter but was disallowed by the centre referee for a reason only best known to him.
The match was played at Bori police field which attracted spectators both at Bori and near by states, that had never been witnesses before in the history of Khana grassroots football.
Speaking to the press, Hon. Sunny Bekanwah, the chairman of Khana caretaker committee, said he organized the peace and unity soccer cup to bring the youths together, so far, the competition has achieved it purpose as all those who left Bori because of crisis, came back because of the tournament, and also part take in the peace building progress, as they all warmly came out from their hiding place to be part of the tournament.
The chairman used the occasion to empower eight youths of the council with a car each, saying this is the first phase of his empowerment scheme, and promised to continue some more gestures, appealing to the youths to be peace loving as the Khana LGA have them in mind under his leadership.
Hon. Sunny Bekanwah was awarded by the lion of Niger Delta foundation for his charismatic leaders.
It would be recalled that the program was organized with the purpose of discovering football talents in the local government council, pointing out that the council is in partnership with former Super Eagle’s striker, Jonathan Akpoborie in Germany to get the discovered talent a career in football.
According to the release made public by the LOC, 32 teams registered for the