The Nigeria National League has placed an indefinite hold on the season-ending Super4 playoff tournament scheduled for Yenagoa, Bayelsa state capital.
This is contained in a statement released by the Head of Media and Communications, Amar Ignis.
The flood in Bayelsa is not entirely diminished as the Intervention Team of the Federal Government of Nigeria has swung into action and begun work to give Bayelsa citizens and other affected areas a glimpse of hope has his results of the devastating results of the Flood.
An overwhelming flood disaster wrecking the state had led the NNL to postpone the event billed to start on 25-29 October 2022 at the Samson Siasia Stadium.
While intervention work is ongoing, the Bayelsa State government say it is still committed to hosting the Super 4 as it keeps surveillance on the situation.
Coming out from a recent meeting where the situation was assessed, host Bayelsa and the NNL management team strongly think the Super 4 will be more possible in November 2022.
The head of operations of the Nigerian National League, Mr Adesanya Emmanuel, has tendered an apology to the four clubs that are to participate in the super four competition. The clubs participating in the events are Bendel Insurance of Benin, Soma United of Gombe, and El kanemi Warriors of Maiduguri and Bayelsa United. He also apologised to the stakeholders for the inconveniences the shift of the competition may cause.
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