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Mr. Isaac Ajisafe has been appointed as the new Executive Secretary of the Board of the Nigeria Women League.

Mr Ajisafe's appointment followed the redeployment of Mr Danlami Alanana to the Secretariat of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

Among positions held by Mr. Ajisafe were Head, NFF Liasion Office Lagos (2008-2010), Nigeria Professional League Manager (1997-2000) and Women League Manager (1995-1997).

Born on 19th August, 1965, in Efon Alaye, Ekiti State, Mr. Ajisafe has had close to 20 years experience in football administration at the International Department of the NFF.

The new Scribe of the Nigerian Female League attended St Paul Anglican Primary School, Efon Alaye (1972-1977), St Peter Secondary School, Efon Alaye (1977-1979), Christ Apostolic Church Grammar School, Efon Alaye (1980-1985), and the University of Benin (1986-1990) where he graduated with a Second class Honours degree in Physical and Health Education.

He has at various times attended CAF Administrative Courses and FIFA Futuro 1 &2 Courses in Administration.

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