The League Management Company on Tuesday opened a new corporate office in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
A 48 –unit structure situated in the highbrow Maitama district, the office comprises of an Executive Floor that houses offices for the Chairman, the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Operating Officer, waiting room, work -station and IT Unit.
Also part of the building is the Trophy Room, a well –furnished Conference Room and offices for members of Staff.
Speaking at the official opening of the well –appointed edifice, NFF President Amaju Pinnick who was in company with some of his Board Members, said the Nigeria football family is proud of the LMC, as the body has been able to re-define, re-discover and re-build the Nigeria League.
“Apart from youth development, the focus of the present NFF administration is to ensure proper running of the Leagues. Surely, but slowly, all the Leagues are heading to that ideal point.
“This building is the first of its kind in West Africa. We are proud of the LMC and what it has achieved in the short time it has been in existence.”