NFF, Pamodzi warn corporates, businesses against deliberate, deceptive advertising | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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NFF, Pamodzi warn corporates, businesses against deliberate, deceptive advertising | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

NFF, Pamodzi warn corporates, businesses against deliberate, deceptive advertising | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Mike Itemuagbor, Nff

NFF , Pamodzi warn corporates, businesses against deliberate, deceptive advertising | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

The Nigeria Football Federation ( NFF ) and its marketing consultants, Pamodzi Sports Marketing Limited , yesterday, warned all businesses and corporates engaging or planning to engage in ambush marketing and intentionally deceptive advertising around the Super Eagles...

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and its marketing consultants, Pamodzi Sports Marketing Limited, yesterday, warned all businesses and corporates engaging or planning to engage in ambush marketing and intentionally deceptive advertising around the Super Eagles’ campaign at the 33rd Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroun to desist or face legal battles.

Chairman/Chief Executive of Pamodzi Sports Marketing Limited, Mike Itemuagbor, said the NFF and his company are irked by the activities of some corporates, who have opted to surreptitiously reap where they did not sow by identifying with the Super Eagles’ brand in an illegitimate and contemptible manner.

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Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and its marketing consultants, Pamodzi Sports Marketing Limited, yesterday, warned all businesses and corporates engaging or planning to engage in ambush marketing and intentionally deceptive advertising around the Super Eagles’ campaign at the 33rd Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroun to desist or face legal battles.Terminal in TinCan Island port, Lagos.Share on Telegram Daniel Moses is someone who is exceptionally creative in bringing up new business ideas and works hard on those ideas to set up a new venture.Share on Telegram A Somali government spokesman was wounded Sunday in an attack by the Al-Shabaab jihadist group, though his wounds are "not serious," the prime minister's office said.

Chairman/Chief Executive of Pamodzi Sports Marketing Limited, Mike Itemuagbor, said the NFF and his company are irked by the activities of some corporates, who have opted to surreptitiously reap where they did not sow by identifying with the Super Eagles’ brand in an illegitimate and contemptible manner. “We have seen one company calling itself ‘PopCola’ and intentionally using the Super Eagles’ group photo for newspaper advertisement, and relating it to the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroun. Alimi noted that it was expedient for the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr Chris Ngige and other relevant government agencies to investigate the abuse of Nigerians and their fundamental human rights as well as the monumental fraud going on in the nation’s seaports. It is a dastard move and they should be ready to face a legal battle if they do not tender public apology within the next 48 hours and desist from such chicanery. His steadfastness has seen him strike multiple streams of income and influence, and he’s on the verge of beating the odds as the United Kingdom’s most successful Nigerian self-made property millionaire. Another company calls itself ‘Trophy’ and did a similar ambush and deceptive advertising intentionally. Amos Fasanya, who was allegedly arbitrarily disengaged from the employment of Tin-Can Island Container Terminal Limited (TICT) on December 31 2021, on grounds of his stance against the atrocities committed by some of the expatriates in the company. “For the avoidance of doubt, Coca-Cola is the official soft drinks partner of the NFF and the Super Eagles and the company and brand with the legitimate right to identify with the team. “Two other people got injured in the blast.

This is the company that has kept faith with the NFF and the Super Eagles during good and tough times and should reap where they have sowed. Fasanya, a former Invoice Manager of TICT, had cried out over the manner his former employer terminated his employment arbitrarily without recourse to extant employment and labour laws, as well as international best practices applicable in Nigeria. Moses’ podcast ‘The Wealth And Business Podcast’ on Spotify comprises of 24 episodes that aim to inspire, motivate and help educate through the shared experiences of industry experts that provide lessons that give practical advice to anyone who is looking to create a better life for themselves through property and business. “In the same vein, Nigerian Breweries PLC is the company and 33 Export is the brand that can so identify with the Super Eagles as the official beer”. This company and the product in question have done tremendously well in sticking with the NFF and the Super Eagles through thick and thin. Narrating his ordeal, Fasanya recalled that in 2018, a customer of TICT, identified as an ex-Nigerian International footballer approached him for commercial waiver and picking up of an invoice in respect of a shipment. We will not sit idly while undeserving businesses are trying to identify with the team because it is doing well, at the expense of those worthy corporates who have collaborated and partnered with the NFF over the years. While in Nigeria, Moses kick-started his business prowess in the oil transportation sector, a business model that involves lifting the refined oil such as petrol, diesel, and kerosene, from the depot to petrol stations where it was then sold to the end user.” NFF’s Director of Communications, Ademola Olajire, added that the Federation will not take kindly to further acts of ambushing or intentional deceptive advertising from individuals or businesses that have not contributed in any way to the team’s preparations for the 33rd Africa Cup of Nations or previous championships and tournaments for that matter. While probing further to know what the content of the container was, I was told it was an artificial football turf intended for use in the development of rural football in his community. Sunday’s attack came after Somali leaders agreed this month to wrap up parliamentary elections by February 25, after repeated delays that have threatened the stability of the troubled country.

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