O’jez fans’ night pays tribute to Keshi, Amodu
Celebrates Nwosu, Orumen
Saturday, June 25 will hold a different meaning for football fans, who usually throng National Stadium, Lagos, to be part of the O’jez Soccer Fans Nite Out at the celebrity restaurant. While the previous events had been dedicated to living footballers, this event, which will start by would start by 7.00 p.m. will honour the late Super Eagles’ former coaches, Stephen Keshi and Shaibu Amodu.
The O’jez Soccer Fans Nite, a night of music, comedy, awards and dance is designed to create a platform for brands to have a one on one contact with soccer fans, showcase the activities of the Nigeria Premier League, international football as well as promote peace, love and unity among Nigerian soccer fans. It is a forum that also appreciates, honours and celebrates Nigerian internationals, sports media personalities, corporate firms and entertainers for their contributions to the growth and development of football and entertainment in Nigeria.
The maiden edition, which attracted a crowd of over 1, 000 people last month, was dedicated to former Super Eagles goalkeeper and captain Peter Rufai (Dodo Mayana), Mumuni Alao, sports journalist and Group MD, Complete Communications as well as renowned comedian Gbenga Adeyinka, who all received the O’jez Lifetime Achievements Award.
The organisers also revealed that former Super Eagles’ striker, Henry Nwosu, as well as veteran sports journalist and marketer, Mr. Dudu Orumen, will also get the O’jez Lifetime Achievements Awards.