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Sports Minister Conveys Support to Moses Simon, Other Athletes Facing Injury Layoffs

by Lesley Ngwa
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The Honourable Minister of Sports Development, Senator John Owan Enoh on Thursday conveyed heartfelt wishes for a speedy recovery to injured Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon, as well as other Nigerian athletes facing injury layoffs.

During a visit to Nantes, France, Special Assistant on Grassroots to the Honourable Minister of Sports Development, Chief Anthony Adeboye Adeyinka, conveyed the message on behalf of the Minister to demonstrate solidarity and support to Nigerian athletes currently injured.

Chief Adeyinka extended the Minister’s regards to Moses Simon, affirming the Government’s support and well wishes for his swift recuperation. He assured Simon of the Government’s solidarity and emphasized the Minister’s directive to convey his best wishes personally.

“I am here on behalf of the Honourable Minister, Senator John Owan Enoh, to extend our solidarity and support to you during this challenging time,” said Chief Adeyinka. “The Minister instructed me to convey his greetings and assure you that the Government is fully behind you, wishing you a quick and complete recovery.”

Expressing gratitude for the visit, Moses Simon expressed his appreciation for the Minister’s leadership and commitment to the welfare and wellbeing of Nigerian athletes, both past and present. He highlighted the importance of such gestures in fostering a sense of belonging and support among athletes representing Nigeria on the global stage.

“I am delighted to see you, and I appreciate the Minister’s thoughtful gesture,” remarked Moses Simon. “His leadership and demonstrated passion for the welfare of athletes like myself reaffirm our confidence in the Government’s support system. I am grateful for the encouragement and well wishes.”

The visit underscored the Government’s commitment to the well-being and welfare of Nigerian athletes and served as a demonstration of solidarity with Moses Simon and other athletes during his recovery process.

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