By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com-Nigeria
Remo Stars Football Club (RSFC) has made a sizable donation to help the supporters of the club and vulnerable during the current COVID-19 crisis.
With many people facing uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic, the club through the generosity of the players and management has contributed to getting the food items to help the supporters and the vulnerable within its community.
The Club has always been committed to supporting the communities, the players and management have deemed it fit to support their supporters during these difficult times.
Remo Stars FC Captain, Saheed Lasisi says the country is in a difficult time, these have made the players and management of the club to deem it fit to partake in Cooperate Social Responsible (CSR) in assisting one another according to the holy books.
“I want to use this opportunity to thank the management and my teammates for making these possible because so many people are in need, and this is the best time to reciprocate all their supports through the years.”
“They have been our backbone whenever we play our matches both home and away, they have stood by us whenever we win and lose games.”
“Let me equally use this medium to advise our supporters to obey the rules, and regulations given by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari and the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun because those rules are in our best interest.”
“We should also abide by the guidelines of keeping social distance, using face masks whenever we go out, washing of hands regularly, and using hand sanitizers.”
“Finally, we hope that the items meet you well and help carry on for the remaining period of the lockdown.” Saheed Lasisi concludes.
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