NFF, Wapic Insurance Sign Five-Year Partnership Deal

NFF, Wapic Insurance Sign Five-Year Partnership Deal

By Johnny Edward: The Nigerian Football Federation has announced Wapic Insurance Plc as its new co-sponsor and official insurance service provider of the Super Eagles for five years, Completesportsnigeria.com reports (CSN) reports.

The Official signing of the partnership agreement took place in Lagos on Friday.

In attendance at the event was the Executive Director, Wapic Insurance Plc, Olufemi Obaleke; Executive Director, Wapic Insurance Plc, Bode Ojeniyi; Yinka Adekoya of Wapic Insurance Plc; ‎President, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick; NFF first and second vice-president Seyi Akinwunmi and Shehu Dikko, respectively, and Aisha Falode.

The Nigeria Football Federation second vice President Shehu Dikko refused to divulge the monetary value of the deal but revealed that it will run for five years.

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“This relationship is for 5 years with an option of renewal. They will insure all our players and events,” Dikko revealed during the ceremony.

The first V-icePresident of the NFF, Seyi Akinwunmi, added: “WAPIC paid the first salary of the Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr. So this relationship did not just happen out of the blues.”

Last Wednesday, at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) signed a five-year deal worth $4 million with beverage giants Coca-Cola.

COMMENTS

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  • Tony Iloka 11 months ago

    Another laudable move by the current NFF. KUDOS!

  • Seems this NFF are very serious and mean business. Dear God please crown all these effort with ground braking success at the world cup.

  • Wow, Wapic great insurance company. Good for them and great move by NFF

  • Sheriff 11 months ago

    This is a good development for us as a nation. Now, the players can play wholeheartedly for their dear nation knowing the Federation have adequate insurance provision for them. Kudos to Wapic as well. God bless Nigeria. #GoSuperEagles