Rehabilitation Of Surulere, Abuja National Stadiums Hits Advanced Stage


The dream to have the national teams return  to action either at the Surulere National Stadium or the Moshood Abiola National Stadium Abuja may soon become a reality as construction work at the two stadiums have  reached advanced stage.
According to one of the engineers on site, “We are in the final stage of construction, as I speak to you we are planting the grass to ensure that before the end of June/July, the  stadium can be ready for international matches. There’s no better way to appreciate the Sports Minister, Mr. Sunday Dare other than to complete the job on schedule.  The Minister has been on our neck with proper monitoring  with the mandate that we must get  the  stadium  ready in due course”.
The site engineer further said, “I want to salute the Minister’s doggedness, enthusiasm and  tenacity of purpose at ensuring that all hands are on deck. Anytime he puts a call across, we feel his passion to get the stadiums back to shape and his passion is  lvery rare.
“He has done absolutely well. I recall his saying anything needed outside the budget to get the job done should be made known to him as he is committed to go the extra mile to get it. This underscores how passionate he is  about this job and how resolute he  wants it  completed on time”.
The planting of the hybrid Bermuda grass at the National Stadium Surulere is in the final stage, just as that of the Moshood Abiola  National Stadium,  Abuja.

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