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Elite Football: Customs Director inspires competiveness in North West flag bearers

By Bakah Derick 

The Director of Customs has taken steps to inspire competiveness within Elite football teams in the North West Region. Speaking to the press recently in Bamenda, Senior Sport analyst Choves Loh announced that Edwin Fongod Nuvaga had decided to offer a special prize on every match day involving teams from the North West. 
Customs Director Fongod Edwin Nuvaga 

According to Choves Loh who is the project manager, the man of the Match award christened "Fongod's Man of the Match" will be for players of PWD Social Club, Yong Sports Academy, Foncha Street FC and Rangers FC of Bafut who are outstanding in their performance on Matchdays. 
With a cash prize of 10 000FCFA attached to the award, the celebrated soccer promoter Fongod Edwin hopes to motivate players to be more competitive and be results oriented so as to win more titles and trophies for the region. 
Already known for great exploits in soccer promotion including fronting the purchase of a befitting bus for PWD Bamenda, the Customs Director who will be putting hundreds of thousands in the venture hopes to make North West football attractive and competitive. 

A well constituted panel of top notch sports commentators and reporters in the region has been commissioned to ensure that the players are selected objectively. 
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