The newly appointed board of Warri Wolves was on Wednesday inaugurated by the Executive Chairman of the Delta State Sports Commission, Mr Pinnick Amaju with a task to reposition the Club to be a brand and among the best in the Country.
The Chief Executive Officer, Davidson Owumi and other members, Emmanuel Ibru, Stephen Agbeyegbe, Ogheneochuko Ambakederemo Nevil and Lawrence Omowho who will serve as secretary while the Chairman, Godwin Abigor and Kenneth Nwomucha sent in apologies.
According to the Media Manager of the Club, Etu Moses, Mr Amaju charged the new board to redefine and take the club to where they belong in the League, promising to give them free hand to operate. Amaju urged the new board to work together and see that brotherly love exist as Warri Wolves is an asset which should be well managed.
He declared that Warri Wolves is the only Club in the Country who has met its obligation to players and officials in the last season and thanked Delta State Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan who gave the nod for the formation of the Club and who has been supporting them.
“We want you to redefine and make Warri Wolves a brand because it is an asset. This is the only Club if I am not mistaken that has met its obligations to players and Officials. I want to see that brotherly love exist among all of you with emphasis on discipline and fair play which the Club is noted for. I will always support you and I also promise to give you free hand to operate. The Club has produced players for the National team in its six years of its existence and must continue to thrive to be a role model in the Country,” said Amaju.
Responding on behalf of the Board, Davidson Owumi promised to carry everybody along and do their best to meet the aspirations of the Government.
He further thanked the Commission for the appointment and vowed to lift the Club to an enviable position in the League.