The Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) organizers yesterday said that the 2023/24 season will begin on Saturday, September 30 at various venues across the country.
In a letter to the 20 participating clubs and other league stakeholders, NPFL CEO Davidson Omi announced that this season’s winner will receive ₦150m, a 50% increase on last season’s prize money. He announced that he would receive it.
Another highlight of the letter to the clubs is that 20 clubs will receive a total of ₦200 million in opening grants. As in the previous season, 20 clubs received a grant of 10 million each to facilitate operations at the start of the season. “Clubs will immediately send their account details to the NPFL secretariat to deposit the amounts as it is about to commence.”
Omi announced this in a letter to all club presidents and CEOs. Regarding the prize money, the letter reads: “After much deliberation by the chairman and our strategic partners, we have agreed to review the prize money of 150 million kroner, as it reflects the true value of the league.”
He also addressed and reassured some of the marketing concerns. The NPFL board always makes decisions and contracts that benefit the league and clubs. 6th GOtv Sports Article Black Tito’s Boxing Night Breaks Men’s Monopoly, Female Cruiserweight Champion Bolatito “Black Tito” Oluwole fights Serena at the Maulad Okoya Thomas Indoor Gym on Sunday. Aggrex won. on GOtv Boxing Night 29 and the National Cruiserweight Championship. Teslim Balogun Stadium located in Lagos.
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