The state governor went spiritual after he saw coach Imama Amapakabo’s men emerge as Nigeria league kings for the first time in 32 years
Enugu state governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has saluted Enugu Rangers’ gallant outing after ending theri 32 years of trophy drought.
The statesman who watched the Flying Antelopes defeat of El Kanemi Warriors at the Nnmadi Azikwe Stadium dedicated the trophy to the people of the state.
“We thank the God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob and the awesome God of David who made it possible that after 32 years in the wilderness, our prayers and dreams came true and Rangers International Football Club of Enugu are champions again,” Ugwuanyi said in a statement.
“We pray that they remain champions for a long time in Jesus name.
“We thank the Nigerian Football Federation, the League Management Company for their leadership and we thank the management and the players of Rangers for reviving the famous Rangers spirit and for making the club great again.
“We thank all our supporters across the country more especially, the good people of Enugu State, for their fervent and unceasing prayers for this day of glory.
“As your servant and your Governor, I hereby on your behalf dedicate this trophy to the Almighty God –for indeed, Enugu is truly in the hands of God. Thank you all and God bless,” he concluded.