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"I have supported NW football and I will continue to do so." Chi Ivo

By Bakah Derick 

Recently in the news for his aspirations and eventual withdrawal of candidature for posts of president at both the national and regional levels of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT),  Chi Ivo has spoken for the first time after the regional elections on his future with North West football. Speaking to Hilltopvoices via a  messaging app on Wednesday 10 November 2021, the Player Agent stated that elections cannot stop him from promoting football especially in the North West Region. 
North West FECAFOOT receiving equipment from Chi Ivo 

"One of the aspirations of every professional is to lead in his area of specialisation especially when you fill that you have achieved much and need to help others grow but that is not the ultimate goal because without leading you can still help others. That is my position now. I have supported NW football and I will continue to do so." Chi Ivo said 

Being a son of the region, Chi Ivo says his support for football has been inclusive for all football actors including players, referees, coaches, and other technicians around the game in the North West and beyond. 
"You know that sometime ago I gave equipment to referees. I support coaches and other technicians  when I have the opportunity to do so. I work principally with players and those that are good I have given them the necessary exposure." Chi noted

The promoter of Grassland FC says his support for the team must continue because that has become a source of hope for many young men in Bamenda and beyond who dream to make a living some day out of football. 
"I have loved and supported Grassland FC because that team has become a source of hope for many young men in Bamenda who dream to make a living some day out of football and we cannot stop now. I will be there to make sure that every initiative that promotes North West football prospers." Chi added.
The legal adviser to FECAFOOT aspiring President Samuel Eto'o has remained calm as they intensify campaigns for the elections due for December 11, 2021.


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