Flowers Handball Club have completed the signing of Kingsley Okubuike, Emeka Adigwe and Adamu Aminu from Kano Pillars, www.aclsports.com learnt. The trio of Kingsley Okubuike, Emeka Adigwe and Adamu Aminu were instrumental to Kano Pillars lifting the 2019 Prudent Energy Handball League.
Kingsley Okubuike told www.aclsports.com that returning to the Benin Republic league after three years is to make a strong statement.
The former Nigeria U20 player revealed that his mission at Flowers HC is to ensure the club continues to rule Benin Republic and extend its tentacles to the Africa Club Championship.
He said, “I am excited coming back to Benin Republic after four years. I played for ASPAC HC on loan in 2018, but this time around I am wearing the colours of the champions of the league.
“My intentions with Flowers HC are to retain the national championship with the club and ensure we make a positive mark on the continent during the African Club Championship”.
Meanwhile, Emeka Adigwe promised not to let his new club down adding that more efforts will be put on the court of play.
“I am in Flowers HC for serious business which is to ensure they remain champions. The club should expect 100% effort from me”, he told www.aclsports.com