Arik Airline To Become Official Partner Of The NFF

A delegation og the NFF met with officials of Arik Air where the company's PR and Communications manager, Adebanji Ola indicated that the company would like to partner as ''the Official Airline of NFF''

A delegation of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF met with officials of Nigerian airline Arik Air and they discussed a possible partnership which would make the airline, the official partner for the national football teams

The team led by NFF president Amaju Pinnick was received by the Public Relations and Communications Manager, Adebanji Ola who disclosed that the company would be willing to undertake the responsibility as official airline partners

Arik’s PR and Communications manager, Mr Ola added that the airline would be delighted to take up the role and in fact, be part of any engagement that will enhance the status of Nigeria football at home and internationally.

Visits to sponsors and potential sponsors of the national are just one of the moves by Amaju Pinnick and the new NFF board to foster a stronger relationship for the interest of Nigerian Football.

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