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United Towns Agency set to rebrand women’s football

United Towns Agency set to rebrand women's football

The United Towns Agency for North South Cooperation (UTA) has declared support for rebranding the Nigeria Women’s Football League (NWFL) and received a delegation from the United Towns Agency for North South Cooperation (UTA) in Abuja.

The UTA delegation, led by Eya Essif, the Global Secretary General of the United Towns Agency for North South Cooperation (UTA), and Princess Abigail Amalaha, the country president of UTA, who represents an organization accredited by the United Nations, based in Geneva, Switzerland to a meeting with NWFL board.

Essif highlighted the significant role that UTA can play as a partner in boosting the growth of the women’s league, reaffirming the agency’s dedication to addressing development challenges within women’s football, aligning with NWFL’s goals.

“We are here to strengthen our partnership with the women in Nigeria and to champion gender equality in football,” the Tunisian-born businesswoman said.

“Our aim is to bridge the existing gaps and make this vision a reality. I am highly optimistic about promoting this cause in Nigeria.”

Also corroborating the stance of Essif, Mrs Amalaha, a renowned Nigerian journalist, said: “Today, we join hands with the Nigeria Women Football League to fortify our relationship between developing nations and to pave the way for development. Our shared mission is to advance women’s football, empower women, and contribute to the progress of our countries.”

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