Chief Operating Officer of the Nationwide League One, Olushola Ogunnowo, has stated that there is no going back on Thursday’s kick off for the nations third tier league.
The astute football administrator said that the league will kick off as scheduled May 23, with opening league match between Oyah Sports FC of Suleja and FC Solid Unit of Plateau State at the Awwal Ibrahim Suleja Township Stadium, Suleja.
Ogunnowo stated further that NLO partner Deebeetee Projects Ltd will do live streaming of the opening game between Oyah Sports and FC Solid.
“The essence of the live streaming is to showcase the quality of the country’s third-tier league to world via the social media.”
Ninety (90) clubs will compete in the NLO Division One.