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You sabi!!! Replace our Super Eagles... Managing Director of FAAN, Engineer Saleh Dunoma, taking the kick-off at the organisations inter-departmental unity football competition at the FAAN school Ikeja

Regular sporting activities boost mental, physical alertness-Dunoma

Engaging in regular sporting activities is key to healthy and stress-free living, words from the managing director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Engineer Saleh Dunoma.

He made this remark while declaring open, the organisations inter-departmental unity football competition at the FAAN school Ikeja,  where he noted that regular sporting events will ensure that workers mental and physical alertness remained.

He explained that the football competition was not only organised as keep fit exercise but also to unite workers of various departments outside the office environment.

According to Engr Dunoma, the annual football inter departmental competition will bring out talents in the FAAN that will participate at events at the national levels in the near future.

Describing the event as successful, the FAAN Boss appealed to other sister agencies to embark on sporting activities aimed at building the physical and mental alertness of their workers adding that it will enable workers overcome some health challenges.

Dunoma announced that other sporting activities will be introduced as soon a committee set up submits its report and appeal to workers to take advantage of the competition to exercise their body.

The opening game between the directorate of mechanical and engineering services and that of Airport operations ended in favour of the engineering Directorate 2-1.

The kick-off of the match which was done by Engr Dunoma was witnessed by management staff and workers of FAAN.

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