According to her, “football being a global game that attracts huge number of people together, we feel the stadium is the right place to take the fight against kicking out violence against Women to, and we are calling on all Nigerians, to join us in this fight.
“That is why we decided to organize this novelty match with the great Rangers Inter. FC of Enugu, with a view to spreading the kick out violence against massage.”
Ezeilo who spoke through the organization’s program manager, Barr. Chukwudi Ojielo, called on all and sundry including sports men and women to join hands with it and other relevant agencies in fighting the war against women violence in Nigeria.
Ezeilo said the match was conducted in collaboration with Christian Aid to mark the year’s international women’s day.
The match , with the them: “Football: the beautiful game supports human right of Women and girls,” attracted some top Rangers officials, including the team manager, Barrister Amobi Ezeaku.
WACOL had staged similar exercise in 2017 with only female teams in participation.