Keffi polo tournament has come to an ends Amid funfair

The Keffi ponys have played a 4-4 draw with the Jos Malcom mines in the finals of Keffi interrational polo tournament held at the Keffi polo Ranch on sunday.

The Keffi polo tournament which was sponsored by a former member of the House of Representatives Hon Ahmed Wadada witnessed the display of superlative skills in the players that entertained the teeming of polo lovers that came to watch the game from all over the country and beyond.

Founder of the ranch Ahmed Aliyu Wadada Says proceeds from the tournament will be used to support education and  educational needs of the most vulnerable and indigent pupils and students in the area.

The chief of Naval Staff Rear Admiral Awwal Gambo  congratulated the promoter and members of the organization commitment of this landmark event.

He further said that the NN is committed to the education and educational development of the children/wards of it’s personnel including children and youths  from the host communities through the establishment of welfare schools across the country.

He added that the NN is actively involved in the ongoing safe school initiative towards creating a safe and secured learning environment for children and youths across the Tournament we are collectively investing in the future of our children and youths.

He said this initiative constitute a modest contribution to Federal Governments efforts  at providing quality education for the people.

International polo players participated during the tournament with different polo clubs including Keffi ponys, malcomines, profile, standard, Awanke farms polo club among others competing for laurels.

Keffi ponys and Molcomines qualifies to the final and played a 4-4 draw.

Emir of Kano Aminu Ado Bayero was among many traditional rulers that watched the final.

Awards and trophies were presented to the best performing team and players Present at the closing ceremony were; Emirs of Kano State, Keffi, Awe, and Nasarawa Local Governmens, former Governor Bindau Jibrila of Adamawa and others

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