The duo of Fatai Osho and Babatunde ‘Santana’ Oluwole have been appointed by the management of Kogi United and Confluence Queens as head coaches for both of the Kogi State-owned teams respectively.
A former coach of Hoppers FC in Cotonou, Omale Jonathan, was passed to serve as an assistant to Osho, former manager of Remo Stars (2012/13 season) while Oluwole will be assisted by Suleiman Adamu in the state-owned female football club.
Abdul Sule now holds the position of technical adviser of Kogi United while former Super Falcons coach trainer, Enwere Charity Nnedinma is to serve as the players’ trainer.
Recently Henry Ameh was named Kogi United team manager and Ayo David Owolabi to serve in the same capacity for Confluence Queens.
The new Kogi United coaches have reportedly been asked to resume duty on Thursday, October 17, ahead of the forthcoming Nigeria National League (NNL) season while the Confluence Queens helmsmen are to report to duty post on November 1.
All the appointed coaching crew have been urged to contact their teams managers for more briefing.