The Nigeria Fotball Federation on Friday announced the appointment of Amina Sani Zangon Daura as its new Head of Women’s Football.
Recruitment firm, Phillips Consulting, stated that at some stage in the whole exercise, Ms Daura “demonstrated a sturdy ardour for the development of women’s football from grassroots to elite level” and that “she was able to show to the panel her capability for stakeholder administration and funding”.
She fitted the plan of a Nigerian and a woman as stipulated with the aid of the NFF for the position.
A UNICEF ambassador, Ms Daura will oversee the development of women’s football throughout the nation and also grant technical assist to the Head Coach, Randy Waldrum.
She will be accountable for growing the participation of female in soccer at all levels and growing opportunities for ladies in soccer with appreciate to grassroots education, performance and administration.
A complete of eleven candidates had been interviewed for the position, which include 7 Nigerians. There had been additionally an Italian, a Finnish and a Belgian in the ultimate pool from which Amina Daura emerged.
Educated in England, Amina has over 15 years’ journey in women’s football organisation, and last worked for Helping Hands Foundation for Child Education.