Nigerian Sports Award Applauds Asisat Oshoala For Winning BBC Award

The organiser of the Nigerian Sports Award, Unmissables Incentives Limited has hailed Super Falcon & Liverpool FC of England player, Asisat Oshoala for her milestone achievement by winning the maiden edition of the BBC African Women Footballer of the year.Nigeria’s Asisat Oshoala was recently named the winner of the maiden edition of the Women category of the award and was presented with the to her at the Super Falcons camp in Canada ahead of the FIFA Women World Cup.
Congratulating Oshoala and indeed Nigeria, the General Manager, Unmissable Incentives Limited, Mr. Kayode Idowu, noted that Asisat feat by winning the award is another significant milestone not only for the budding star but also the nation at large.
Idowu further stated that Asisat movement to the Liverpool FC Women team in the English Premier League after winning the Women Footballer of the Year Award at the 2014 edition of the Nigerian Sports Award and the BBC Award has further lend credence to the credibility of the Nigerian Sports Award.
On behalf of the members of the Award Panel of the Nigerian Sports Award, I wish to congratulate, Asisat Oshoala for winning the first edition of the BBC Award and we hope that this will further boost her morale to aspire for more success.
He then use the opportunity to charge Asisat and her Super Falcons teammate to work hard and excel at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada by surpassing the achievements of the previous Super Falcons team and even dream to bring home the cup.
Meanwhile, Mr. Kayode Idowu also seize the moment to congratulate fast rising Nigerian Table Tennis Player, Aruna Quadri on his recent move to the French club in the lucrative France Table Tennis Federation (FTTF) organized league from his Portugal based club.
The 2014 ITTF Star Player who also won the Sports Man of the Year Award and Ball Sports Personality Award at the 2014 Nigerian Sports Award .


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