The management of Osun United has suspended the screening exercise of the club following the imposition of curfew by the state government over the unending protests which are becoming violent across the country.
The management, in a statement by the Vice President, Vincent Akinbami and the Team Manager, Kabiru Adekunle said this became necessary to ensure safety of players, technical crew and the backroom staff of the club.
“Following the imposition of curfew by the Governor to prevent further violent attacks due of the ongoing protest, we wish to inform the public that the screening exercise, which officially began on Monday at the Osogbo Township stadium has been put on hold.
“All our players, technical crew, backroom staff and the management are advised to stay in their respective homes until further announcement is made. We also advise our players to steer clear of any area where protests are staged to avoid being attacked.
“Our prayer is that peace and orderliness shall be restored into our land as soon as possible,” concluded the statement made available to newsmen by the Club’s Media Officer, Tajudeen Amodu