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Delta State govt dissolves Warri Wolves board

The Delta State government has wielded the big hammer by dissolving the management board of the state-owned football club, Warri Wolves led by Comrade Moses…

The Delta State government has wielded the big hammer by dissolving the management board of the state-owned football club, Warri Wolves led by Comrade Moses Etu.

The dissolution was contained in a statement signed by the Delta State Sports Commission, Chief Tonobok Okowa who named Mr. Neville Ambekederemo as the new Chairman of the Club.

Chief Okowa also directed that every properly belonging to the club should be handed over to the new chairman immediately.

The State Sports Commission Chairman, however, thanked Comrade Etu and his management for their service over the years and wished them well in their future endeavours.

Comrade Etu was a two-time Chairman of Warri Wolves and led the team out of relegation in 2020 but the Seasiders were relegated with the Oil City Landlords failing to gain promotion in the just concluded season after finishing behind eventual Group B2 winners Bayelsa United.

Etu began his career as a sports journalist before he was later appointed the media officer of Warri Wolves Football Club in 2016.