National Principal’s Cup: Sarkin Of Karshi To Host Victorious Fosla Academy

National Principal’s Cup: Sarkin Of Karshi To Host Victorious Fosla Academy

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By Amaechi Agbo

The Sarkin Of Karshi, His Royal Highness, Alhaji Muhammed Ismaila and the good people of Karshi will on Wednesday April 21st, 2021 host the pioneer champions of maiden National Principal’s Cup, Fosla Academy.

Recall that on 30th March, 2021, Fosla Academy emerged champions of the National Principal’s Cup after defeating Chris Comprehensive School Kaduna 2 – 0 in the final played at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja to lift the coveted trophy.

With celebrations yet to die down almost a month after and the Sarkin who told Fosla Academy media team during the state final in Abuja early March that “Fosla Academy will do the FCT proud in the competition,” along with his cabinet has scheduled to  host the players, coaches and management.

HRH, Alhaji Muhammed Ismaila who is the chairman, Fosla Academy Board in his visit to the school after the victory lauded the players, coaching crew and management for doing FCT and the North-Central zone proud.

ports, Sunday Dare handing the trophy to Fosla Academy captain on March 30, 2021

The event which is expected to hold at the Sarkin’s palace will commence from 11am.

This is one high profile and public hosting the triumphant Fosla Academy boys will be accorded since their victory a month ago.

However, private individuals, well-wishers and supporters of the academy have recently turned the school to a “tourist avenue” with the proprietor of the academy and former Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, Alhaji Sani Lulu Abdullahi, and the school management playing host to them.

Prominent among the visitors is the Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC Football Coaches Council led by its leader Coach Kenny Owojori who on April 12, led his members on a courtesy visit to the academy where they presented a plaque to the proprietor.

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