NFF General Secretary, Sanusi, becomes Legend’s Ryde Ambassador


Rave-making e-hailing ride company, Legend’s Ryde has appointed the General Secretary of Nigeria Football Federation, Dr. Mohammed Sanusi, MON as its Ambassador.


At a modest but colourful ceremony inside the NFF Secretariat, Abuja on Monday, vice chairman of Legend’s Ryde, Hajia Raolah Usman said the company opted for Dr. Sanusi based on the NFF scribe’s high level of integrity, adorable character, charisma and excellent personality.



Dr. Sanusi (4th from left) with Usman (3rd from left), Mustapha (4th from right), Akinsanya (3rd from right), Ilaboya (2nd from right), Olajire (left), David (2nd from left) and Emmanuel Ayanbunmi (right)



“We are convinced about the great mileage that Dr. Sanusi will bring to our organization and products as our ambassador. He is not only an eminent personality; he is a man of unblemished character with a great record of performance in office,” Hajia Usman said.


The company’s managing director, Mohammed Mustapha explained the company’s operations: “Legend’s Ryde has 99.9% Google location accuracy. We have partnership with 10 restaurants for now so you can book your meal and order a ride to bring it to you. We are also the first ride company to institute a pension plan for our drivers; your pension starts the minute you begin to ride our car and you can collect it after six months.” Other services offered by the company are VIP cars-for-hire, mini-cabs, logistics (van/bike) and tricycle.


Legend’s Ryde has also decided to give back to the society by offering free ambulance and fire-fighting services to the general population. “Our company covers the length and breadth of Nigeria,” Mustapha added.


In his acceptance speech, Dr. Sanusi said he was “highly excited” and attributed the honour to the good outing of the Super Eagles at the recently-concluded 34th Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cote d’Ivoire, where the team finished as runners-up in the 24-nation tournament. “Success has many fathers. I accept this honour not just for me, but for the Nigeria Football Federation. I am happy that the outing of the Super Eagles at the AFCON has continued to bring good news and good tidings to Nigeria Football. I will do all within my power to be a good and great ambassador of Legend’s Ryde.”


Also at the event were NFF’s Director of Finance and Admin, Mr. Babatunde Akinsanya; Director of Media and Communications, Ademola Olajire; Director of Legal Services, Barr. Okey Obi; Director of Competitions, Ruth David; Deputy Director (Technical), Mrs Faith Ben-Anuge; Head of Women’s Football, Hajia Amina Daura and; former Chairman of Edo State Football Association and CEO, Sportsville Awards, Mr. Frank Ilaboya.

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