Alloy Chukwuemeka quits as Executive Secretary, NPFL Club Owners Association

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The Executive Secretary of the Football Club Owners Association of Nigeria, Chief Alloy Chukwuemeka has officially quit the position. 

He told journalists at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, venue of the ongoing Naija Super 8 Championship in Lagos that he had since given notice of resignation to the Executives of the Association.

According to him “I think I am happy leaving the position now, having served for almost twelve years. 

“Presently I am there as a place holder just like Arsenal until the next meeting when I will finally handover” he said.

Chief Chukwuemeka, according to a letter dated 31st May 2023 and addressed to the Chairman of the Club Owners Association of Nigeria, said his resignation was due to his commitment to a new educational pursuits as well as other sundry personal matters. 

He thanked the association for the opportunity to have served in the last eleven years as well as the cooperation and support accorded him to excel in office. 

He assured the Association of his readiness to offer support where necessary to move football forward in the country. 

A reliable source inside the Club Owners Association informed that Chief Chukwuemeka had already commenced gradual handing over to the exco of the Association to be concluded in the next meeting of the Club Owners. 

Alloy Chukwuemeka,  who is also the Director of Football ABS FC had served in different capacities in the nations football including Media Coordinator of Yobe Desert Stars FC  of Damaturu, National Officer of Sports Writers Association of Nigeria SWAN, in charge of Special Duties at Enyimba FC Aba, member Strategic Studies Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and as Interim Board Member of Nigeria National League NNL, among others.

The seasoned Football Administrator, who holds the traditional title of Nwachigoziri-1 of his community in Imo state, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geography from the Better by Far University, University of Ilorin,  Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism IIJ, Masters Degree in Public Administration, University of Ilorin before enrolling for further Post Graduate Studies at the centre for Peace and strategic Studies, University of Ilorin. 

He is one of the finest Football Administrators in Nigeria admired by all the stakeholders for his visionary, and intelligent commitment to football, youths growth and development in Nigeria.

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