Kano Pillars, Safety Babes set to defend lead as second phase kicks off Oct 23 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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The second phase of the Energy Prudent Handball League has been scheduled to begin on October 23 and end on November 2.

Kano Pillars, Safety Babes set to defend lead as second phase kicks off Oct 23 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⚠️

The second phase of the Energy Prudent Handball League has been scheduled to begin on October 23 and end on November 2.

The championship, which is the final phase of the premier league that began in Abuja in June, will hold in Lagos.technology and innovation as ways to remain relevant in the future of energy sector to drive its security and transition.discovery of material facts suppression by Eurafric Energy.for energy transition persist.

League leaders, Kano Pillars and Safety Babes will hope to continue their lead towards winning the titles by the time hostilities begin next week.According to the fixtures released, yesterday, by the Handball Federation of Nigeria (HFN), Kano Pillars will play their first game against Kada Stars, while Niger United will square up against Police Machine, as Confluence Stars tackle Benue Buffaloes, Safety Shooters take on Owena Kings and Rima Strikers face D: Defenders in the male class.Group general manager, National Petroleum Investment Management Services (NAPIMS), Bala Wunti who spoke as a lead panelist at the maiden edition of PENGASSAN Energy and Labour Summit held in Abuja yesterday, stressed that the workers must take personal responsibility, learn and develop competence in technology, innovation and networking.In the female category, Rima Queens have a duel against Kwara Adorable Angels, while league leaders, Safety Babes will meet Kada Queens, as Bendel Dynamos challenge Benue Queens for points on the first day of the championship.However, in a motion filed by Petralon 54, praying the court to lift the order banning operation of its account, the oil company argued that the defendants, particularly Eurafric Energy, “suppressed and deliberately hid material facts concerning the case from the court”.Teams registered for the female category of the Prudent Energy Handball include, Safety Babes (Road Safety), Bendel Dynamos of Benin City, Benue Queens of Makurdi, Defender Babes (Civil Defence) and Imo Grasshoppers of Owerri..Others are Kada Queens of Kaduna; Kwara Adorable Angels of Ilorin; Plateau Peacocks of Jos; Rima Queens of Sokoto and Seasider Babes of Lagos.“Fundamentally, it is important to note that within the next few years most IOCs shall divest from onshore oil and gas assets due to poor return on investment as a result of crude oil theft and this may pose threat to job security,” he said.

However, in the male class, Pillars will continue their lead as they tackle Benue Buffaloes of Makurdi, Confluence Stars of Lokoja, D: Defenders (Civil Defence), Kada Stars of Kaduna, Kano Pillars of Kano, Niger United of Minna and Owena Kings of Akure for the title.It was also revealed that Eurafric had grossly misinformed the court, causing it to act in error.As Police Machine (Nigeria Police), Rima Strikers of Sokoto, Safety Shooters (Road Safety); Seasiders of Lagos and Tojemarine Academy of Lagos complete the list of other teams in the class.In this article.

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