By Adebobola Alawode
The management of Bright Stars Sports Academy, Satellite Town, Lagos State has said that the Special Bank Account, SBA subscription with First Bank Plc is a continuous one and necessary for all bonafide students of the Academy.
The SBA is a First Bank Plc’s initiative designed for parents and guardians to enable save for the future of their children and wards for future endeavours.
Speaking with the Academy’s media channel, over the weekend at the Academy’s home ground, Satellite Town, after the first set of subscription Sporting Director of the Academy, Frank Ibojo urged other parents and guardians, who are yet to key into the noble project so as to plan for the future of their kids and wards.
Ibojo, a seasoned grassroots coach said parents and guardians would be doing their children a whole lot of good because they are saving for their children’s future.
Continuing, Ibojo stressed that what parents and guardians stand to gain by investing in the SBA, shedding more light on the SBA, Ibojo who is also a security expert said keying into the initiate from First Bank Plc, a co-partner with the Academy would not affect the purse of parents and guardians should their be any need for funds to help their children attain the zenith of their chosen profession.
He made a reference to the invitational football tourney that the Academy was invited for next year in Dubai, in his words “Take for instance the invitation by Al Jazeera to Dubai to come and play against VFB Stuggart of Germany, if parents and guardians had been doing this for their kids the cost would not be much on them, so I urge all the parents and guardians to be part of this SBA.”