The Nigeria National League has placed an indefinite hold on the season-ending Super4 playoff scheduled for Yenagoa, Bayelsa State’s capital.
An overwhelming flood mishap ravaging the state had led the NNL to earlier postpone the event which was billed to start on 25-29 October 2022 at the Samson Siasia Stadium.
The flood in Bayelsa is not completely abated and the federal government intervention team has begun work to give Bayelsans and other citizens a breath of hope following the devastating effects of the flood.
While intervention work is ongoing, the Bayelsa State government says it is still committed to hosting the Super 4 as it keeps surveillance on the situation, NNL media team reports
Coming out from a recent meeting where the situation was assessed, host Bayelsa and the NNL management team strongly think the Super 4 will be more feasible in November 2022.
Operations head of the Nigeria national league, Mr. Emmanuel Adesanya again has tendered an unreserved apology to the four clubs of the Super 4: Bendel Insurance of Benin, Bayelsa United, Doma United of Gombe and El-Kanemi Warriors of Maiduguri as well as stakeholders for the inconveniences this fresh shift in date, again would cause.