Pastor Joseph Omorinoye: We will leave no stone unturned for NLO

Still basking in the euphoria of his team’s triumph at the 2022 Kwara State Super League, Pastor Joseph Omorinoye has confirmed that all modalities will be put in place to ensure that House of Prayer Football Academy have a good outing at the Nationwide League (NLO).
Pastor Omorinoye made the claim while receiving the team and the trophy won by the club, over the weekend.
He acknowledged the importance of support and declared the he will use all in his arsenal to galvanize spiritual, moral and financial support to his wards while praising the giant stride recorded at the State League.
“I am extremely delighted with what my boys have done. It shows that our prayers and advises have played a key role as they won the competition without losing a single match”.
“Once again, I congratulate the entire team, the organisers and all other individuals involved in this progressive development for the youths, and I am assuring the boys not to relent in their efforts as bigger challenges lies ahead.”, he concluded.
Goals from Adama Isaiah and Olatunji AbdulMalik from either sides of the halve handed the Omorinoye Boys a convincing 2-0 over ASQ FC  at the finals played Friday, at the KFA Pitch, which automatically qualifies House of Prayer Football Academy for the 2022 NLO Playoffs schedule for Markudi, Benue State.


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