The beverages company has said it will continue to place its weight behind the country's football
Guinness Nigeria reaffirmed its commitment to continued support for all categories of the Nigerian national teams and the general development of Nigerian football on Thursday.
During a brief meeting with the management of the Nigeria Football Federation at the Glass House, Abuja, the company’s Marketing Manager, Dr. Obinna Anyalebechi said Guinness is delighted with the recent performances of the national teams and will always be there to lend support for the teams to do even better.
“We are committed to making matches of the Super Eagles, and indeed other national teams, more experiential, more memorable for the fans. We also want to be able to show greater visibility at matches involving the national teams,” said Dr. Anyalebechi.
Receiving the Guinness team, which also included Brand Manager, Guinness, Mr. Uche Onwudiwe, NFF General Secretary, Barrister Musa Amadu, said the company remained “one of NFF’s strongest partners in the area of the development of the game.”
Guinness also used the forum to pledge total commitment to supporting the Super Eagles at next weekend’s 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against the Lone Star of Liberia at the U. J. Esuene Stadium, Calabar.