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Haggai Sportswear Reactivates Partnership With Ogunjobi Gold Cup

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Indigenous sportswear manufacturing brand, Haggai has reactivated its partnership with premium pre-season tourney brand in Nigeria Ogunjobi Gold Cup.
The 9th edition of the Nigeria’s first preseason tourney will be co-hosted at the Remo Stars Stadium in Ikenne and FC Ebedei Stadium in Sagamu from Thursday October 21 through Saturday October 30, 2021.
Haggai is a brand from the stable of the hugely successful Zenith Sports and provides athletes with the most innovative performance apparel and accessories for a variety of sports (including inter-house sports) and other sporting activities.
Tunde Shamsudeen, General Coordinator of the Ogunjobi Gold Cup informed of the news after he met with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Haggai, Paul Maduakor at the brand’s corporate office in Lagos on Tuesday.
“As we count days to the official kickoff of the 9th edition of the tourney, I can confirm to you that Haggai has reactivated his partnership with the Ogunjobi Gold Cup.
“They will provide the official match balls, kits for members of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC).
The country’s First Pre-Season Tournament is sponsored by Optima Energy, and its proudly supported by Alansmith Nigeria Limited, Taiwo Joseph Ogunjobi Foundation, Nigeria leading sportswear firms, Owu, Haggai Sportswear, Afripro, Naija League Magazine, Matchroom, Sports, 11th Media Global Concept, Freestyle Sports, Kao Concept, Seyi Akinwunmi Charity Foundation, Dejavu Communication, Olansile Football Academy, TSI Football Academy and ITS Football Management.
ABS FC of Ilorin is the defending champions after they stung Gombe United in a 5-goal  thriller at the last edition in Ilorin.

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