Plateau United forward, Tosin Omoyele believes the government is trying their best to protect Nigeria players, but urge the government to do more in protecting them, he said this while speaking with Opera News writer Kenny Bamidele.
It came as huge shock when the news broke that two Nigeria Professional Football League players Ekundayo Ojo and Benjamin Iluyomade where kidnapped while driving. This further reiterate the state of insecurity in Nigeria, not just in the league but the entire nation.
Tosin claimed the government would have to do more to ensure NPFL players are saved.
‘I know the government are trying there best to protect us, but we need them to do more to protect us’
Tosin Omoyele once upon a time played for Egyptian side Nogoom fc, after leaving Plateau United on loan. He then returned to the Jos Elephants.
All actions in the Nigeria Professional Football League has been postponed indefinitely.