The Secretary, Abeokuta Sports Club, Mr Jamiu Ajani has disclosed that the greatest weapon that keep Abeokuta Sports Club ahead of others was human resources.
Mr Ajani stated this in an interview with the Newsflagship Reporter, during the official commissioning of the Sir Kesington Adebutu Legacy Hall at the Abeokuta Sports Club, on Friday, 17th of December, 2021.
He noted that the calibre of people in the Club had given them chance to stay ahead in the list of things.
The Secretary stated that the Club was formed by Captains of Industry, adding they were the people that kept the Club strong, more than 100 years ago.
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He reiterated that, the forefathers of the Club had legacy of having an environment that was befitting for everyone, adding that, anyone that deserved a peaceful environment would definitely want to be a member of the great Club.
Speaking concerning the membership of the Club, Mr Ajani disclosed that they induct members based on the character and the kind of people they are.
He noted that, out 80 people that applied, 61 were selected to be inducted at the event, based on their level of integrity and other criteria.
He also made it known that, the Club inducts new members, once or twice in a year.
Also speaking with the Newsflagship Reporter, Ekeefa Olubadan, Chief Lekan Alabi, stated that, he had known Abeokuta Sports Club since 1984, adding that it had ever since being a Club that performed wonders.
Chief Alabi noted that, everything including quality of membership, about the Club, had made him to rate the Club as number one in many things.
The Ekeefa Olubadan advised members of the Club to continue to do, as they had been doing, adding that the Club was an association to be reckoned with.
He urged all members to stay in one accord and to continue to share love among one another.
Notable dignitaries present at the event are; The Live Patron, Abeokuta Sports Club, Alake and Paramount Ruler of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Chief Ladipo Adebutu, Ekeefa Olubadan, Chief Lekan Alabi, Chief Ogooluwa, Chief Layi Labode, and others