Plateau United General Manager, Habila Hosea Mutla, shed light on significant developments that have stirred excitement among fans and the club’s stakeholders with the introduction of new stadium gate fee and press room.
Mutla’s revelations came during a live interview on PRTVC’s Sports Update program on Wednesday, and it includes updates on crashed gate-taking fees and the debut of the Plateau United media conference room.
Mutla emphasized that the paramount concern is ensuring the safety of lives and property, while aligning with international standards.
Plateau United unveils new Media Conference Room.
Stadium entrance fees reduced for community support.
Journalist accreditation process in place.
Exciting October fixtures revealed
To meet these objectives, Plateau United is proud to introduce the Plateau United Media Conference Room.
On the financial front, Habila Mutla announced a remarkable reduction in stadium entrance gate fees. Now, fans can enter the stadium for just one hundred naira.
This decision was motivated by the desire to support the community during challenging economic times, with the understanding that unity knows no boundaries – be it profession, class, status, or gender.
For journalists eager to cover and conduct interviews in the new media conference room, proper accreditation is required.
Interested parties can reach out to Alfred Saiki, the Secretary of the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) Plateau State chapter.
As the excitement builds, Plateau United’s October fixtures are worth noting. The Peace Boys are set to face Heartland of Owerri in Jos and Bendel Insurance in Benin on Wednesday, October 11th.
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Further home games against Sunshine Stars of Akure and Gombe United, as well as a concluding fixture against Katsina United in Jos on October 29th, are sure to make October 2023 an exciting month for fans.