Handing a football club to a business man for fifteen years is like saying, take it, go and do whatever you wish with it!
I mean 15 years is long enough for a bachelor to find a wife, impregnate her and even see their baby through to the senior high school level. It’s indeed long and that’s how long the new BA United CEO is going to be in charge of the club.
According to Mr. Peter Nimo who is the Board Chairman of BA United, the Apostles of Power Soccer now has a new CEO in the person of Rahamat Mustapha Riga, who brings along a lot of experience and will be the at the helm for a very long time.
“He will be the CEO for …..15 years since we have been running the club with an IMT since the second round of the league. So the decision came up to appoint a permanent person,” the Board Chairman said.
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Riga played for the Dutch national youth teams and also spent his professional career playing for clubs including Vitesse, RBC Roosendaal, Sparta Rotterdam, Levante, Bolton Wanderers, Cartegena and Pune in the Indian league where he ended his football career in the 2013/2014 season.