Former Flying Babes and Awori United midfielder, Abidemi Andero has donated food items to some Nigeria Women Football League clubs using a Non-Governmental Organisation, Save Women Football Foundation (SWOFF).
“I believe the situation of women football in Nigeria will not get better until those of us who have played the game before taking it as a duty to contribute to its growth.
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“There is nobody from anywhere that will come and save women’s football for us. We are the ones to save it and that’s why I have decided to partner with SWOFF to contribute to the welfare of players of NWPL Clubs,” Andero said
Andero in her playing days
While appreciating the kind gesture of Abidemi Andero, the chairman of SWOFF, Moses Bako said he was grateful for the kind gesture from the former midfielder who played under a British Council Team (CATS) in Surulere Lagos.
He said teams have been identified across the nation who have welfare problems due to the long delay of salary payment, bonuses and the donations will be distributed accordingly.
“I really want to appreciate Abidemi Andero for believing in SWOFF and partnering with us to touch the lives of NWPL players. It has always been the heartbeat of SWOFF to ensure that the welfare of players is well taken care of. We have identified teams across the nation who have welfare problems due to the long delay of salary payment, bonuses and the donations will be distributed accordingly to various clubs.”