North West Sports Directors Zonal Meeting Now Holds Via Zoom

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Zonal Coordinator North West, Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development, Alhaji Abdullahi Idris

By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna

The meeting earlier convened by the Federal Miništry Of Youth And Sports Development, North West Zonę with its Headquarters at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna to brainstorm on way forward for sports in the zone will now hold via zoom.

According to a statement signed by the Zonal Coordinator North-West Zone, Idris Abdullahi, the meeting which was biiled to take place on July 27 at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium by 10am was rescheduled for zoom in adherence to the Federal Government’s COVID-19 protocols.

“Please, kindly be informed that, the meeting earlier sheduled by the Zonal Sports Office of the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports will now be held via zoom,” it informed.

The statement further informed that the meeting will commence via zoom by 3pm.

It explained that the cardinal aims and objectives of the meeting amongst others are; to review sporting/related activities at states and the zonal Level for the year 2019.

The statement further informed that it would feature presentation of zonal sports/related calendar for the 3rd and 4th Quota of the year 2020.

It is also expected to deliberate on the ratification of the calendar of events.

“Evaluation of zonal representatives on the boards of various sports federations performances for the Year 2019 and for the first and second quota for the year 2020 amidst COVID-19.

“Sponsorship drive for sporting and related activities at zonal level.

“In a nutshell, the meeting will attempt to answer the questions of What, Where, When, How and By Whom Sporting/Related Activities Proposed in the Calendar Would be staged,” it pointed out.

It also informed that a communique will be issued at the end of the meeting.

The North West Zonę comprises of Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara states.

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