The Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League, Aisha Falode, Tuesday expressed her delight over Tulcan Energy Resources sponsorship of the 2021/2022 NWFL Premiership Super Six, which kicks off in Benin City on May 16.
Falode, who is also an executive board member of the Nigeria Football Federation, said yesterday at the Lagos Marriot Hotel, Ball Room 1, GRA, Ikeja, during the sponsorship unveiling ceremony that: “The Tulcan Energy Resources sponsorship, is a huge relieve for the league and a sign of better things to come” adding, that: It’s a testament to the good works and consistency the league has demonstrated in the past.”
Falode stressed: “The NWFL had endured over the years without a sponsor and now we have a Super League sponsor in Tulcan Energy. We are happy with the progress made after we struggled in the past years to pay Match Commissioners, referees and get the league running in the regular season. The NWFL Board use this opportunity to say a big thank you to the leadership of the NFF board and all those supporting us over the years. We are proud that eight of the Falcons’ regular team members at the last World Cup in France in 2019 came from the league. We thank Tulcan Energy for having faith in us.”