After helping the Flying Eagles to win the WAFU Zone B U-20 Championship played in Niamey Niger Republic last month, School Boy player Onuche Ogbelu has teamed up with his mates in school for the on going Senior Secondary School examinations organized by WAEC.
Onuche, an attacking midfielder in the just concluded U. 20 tournament is an Senior Secondary School student of Fosla Academy, Karshi-Abuja. A school owned by the former President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Alhaji Sani Lulu Abdullahi.
Confirming the availability of Onuche for the examinations, the Principal of the Academy Ms Josephine Ebohdagbe said the player returned from the National assignments early enough to meet up with the examinations “yes, Onuche Ogbelu was able to return to school early enough to meet up with his examinations. He is a science student, though the examinations had started before he returned, but he met all his core subjects. We did advised him to travel with his books, which he actually did. He sat for his mathematics examinations at the weekend”.
She described the player as a very brilliant student, who is always determined to succeed in his career. Onuche on his part said his attention has totally been shifted to his academic after the U. 20 tournament in Niamey, Niger Republic, saying that they have been trained in their school to combine football effectively with education.
“After my examinations, I will fully rejoin my team, Fosla FC in our quest to gain promotion to the NNL by the end of the season.”
Fosla FC is expected to resume the second stanza of the NLO Division 1 League on Friday 10 June. They finished the first stanza as tops of Group F1.