Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode is expected to lead Nigeria Women Football League’s (NWFL) mentorship programme, which aims at teaching over 1000 school girls from across the country how to make the best use of the opportunities available to them.

The programme will hold today at the Government Girls Secondary School, Agege, Lagos.

The programme will focus basically on career, the importance of education as well as sports in the whole wellbeing of the girl child.

The talk shop is the key part of programmes lined up by the women league body to celebrate the maiden feast of football, NWFL Champions Shield between league champions, Nasarawa Amazons and Aiteo Cup winners, Rivers Angels on Sunday at the ultra-modern Agege Stadium, Lagos.

Ambode and his team, alongside some some legends of the game, as well as the leadership of the NWFL board will be present at the career, education and sports talk among the selected school girls.

There will also be a sports clinic among the school girls on the same ground by career professionals in the field.



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