Dare Ojo reveals why he dumped Enyimba for Lobi Stars

The Pride of Benue defensive midfielder has stated that he left the People's Elephant at the end of his contract to seek a fresh start

Lobi Stars new acquisition, Dare Ojo has stressed that he left Enyimba at the expiration of his contract to consider something different and also offer his wealth of experience to help the Pride of Benue in the Caf Champions League.

Ojo spent three seasons with the People’s Elephant and played for the team in the Caf competitions and last season, he featured in the Confederation Cup semi-final.

The former Kwara United defensive midfielder joined the Pride of Benue on Monday and he said that he teamed up with the reigning league champions after he was convinced that they needed his services and that he was enchanted with the project at the club.

“I am pleased to tell you that I have left Enyimba at the expiration of my contract. It was a good experience with them and I am happy to leave for another club where I will continue my learning process,” Ojo told Goal.

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“We have started in the right direction with the win in the Super Cup. I was not part of the game because I came in just recently after we finished the discussion.

"I am joining this team not short of experience having played in the Caf Champions League and in the Caf Confederation Cup and I am willing to offer it for the advancement of Lobi Stars.

“I believe that Lobi Stars have the right blend of players to surprise Africa and they also have a good technical crew who are equally experienced and are committed to their job. I am in Lobi Stars to do exceptionally and also win trophies with them.”         

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