All Set For Rangers, Pillars Clash In Asaba On Wednesday 

***Patoranking, Others To Thrill Fans

All is now set for the 2018 AITEO Football Finals between Rangers of Enugu and Kano Pillars of Kano on Wednesday (24/10/2018) inside the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba.

A statement signed in Asaba today (22/10/2018) by the Vice Chairman of the Local Organising Committee for the competition, Ogbueshi Patrick Ukah, disclosed that the match will kick off by 4.30pm.

Ogbueshi Ukah, who is also the Delta State Commissioner for Information, stated that there will be a curtain raiser between Comprehensive Secondary School,  Ogwashi Uku, and West End Mixed Secondary School, Asaba  by 2.30pm and entertainment/musical performance before the kick off.

He said that there will be another performance at half time, while medals will be presented to the winners after the encounter.

To round off the activities of the day, there will be fire works and a grand musical performance.

High profile artist, Patoranking, will lead other notable musicians to add additional colour to the event.

Meanwhile, accommodation arrangements have been concluded for football officials who will be in Asaba for the match.

The officials are Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Executives, including past Executives, State Football Association (FA) Chairmen, State FA Secretaries and NFF Secretaries.

The tickets for the encounter are being sold at the Delta State Sports Commission headquarters, Asaba, Ministry of Information headquarters, Asaba, Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS), Asaba, Cartege Cinema, Asaba, Metagon Pharmacy, Ibusa junction, Asaba, Rain Oil Filling Stations in Asaba, among other places at N2,000.00 for VIP and N1,000.00 popular side.

Fans have been advised to enter the stadium through the appropriate gates as indicated in their tickets.

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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