Chairman of Niger Tornadoes, Hon. Adamu Aliyu gave assurances that the Bako Kontagara Stadium could be approved by the League Management Company (LMC) to host NPFL matches when the season kicks off.

While talking with pressmen at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium Enugu immediately after the game between Gombe United and DMD Football Club, he gave the assurance that they would make sure the stadium is ready. 

" As the PPS to the Governor, by that, my office is the clearinghouse. I have made this known to the House Committee on Sports and plans are in top gear to have the stadium upgraded to meet with CAF and FIFA standards.

" It is in the budget and some companies have submitted their proposals, were are working with Due Process and after that, the contract for the upgrading of the stadium will be awarded.

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" If all things go well, I'm 80 per cent sure fans will watch the team in Minna. But you know we are in the rain season, and not a good time to embark on projects. In case the Kontagara Stadium doesn't get the approval, there's a plan to have the team play its NPFL matches on comfortable ground.

" Recall the last two seasons, the team played its home game in Lakoja, the Kogi State capital and didn't lose a home game, so that's an option for us."

Meanwhile, Aliyu confirmed: "Our Governor put a call through to the team after the victory against El-Kanemi Warriors and one of the promises he made was to gift the team a bus once everything is sealed."

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