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Alade Favour Yinka and Agboola Ayomide Ife-Oluwa, two youngsters from Isin, a local government in Kwara, have earned scholarship into the Kwara Football Academy, KFA, as part of the local council's plan to invest more in elite sports.
Isin is home of Super Eagles and Nottingham Forest FC Striker, Taiwo Awoniyi, and according to the Transition Committee Chairman, TIC, of the council, Engnr Tunde Fadipe, the success of their illustrious son nationally and the premier League in England is a perfect template they hope tobreplicate in the two boys.
"With Awoniyi 's success, so much has come to Kwara in terms of FDI.
"This is the future we are building on with these boys and we are ready to give it all it takes to make these boys a success," the TIC boss said on Monday at the KFA.
Engnr Fadipe also stated that the move to award the affected beneficiaries full scholarship is to sustain conducive atmosphere for human capital development.
Chairman Isin LG football Council, Dr Isaac Oloruntoba hailed TIC Chairman for commiting to human development through football other sports promotion, stating that with development, Isin is poised to produce many football stars like Awoniyi and others
Executive Chairman of the Sports Commission, implored other councils in the state to emulate the Isin Council TIC Chairman by sponsoring at least two each from other local governments to the academy to reduce the burden of players recruitment.