Adamawa state commissioner of youths and sports Aloysius Babadoke has expressed disappointment over the unkempt environment of the Adamawa United Football Club house.

Babadoke stated this when he undertook an unscheduled visit to the club house.

The Commissioner said the area has become an eyesore not fit for human habitation saying despite government huge investment on the club there is no commensurate value to the spending.

Aloysius Babadoke in company of the interim management committee of the club said government will not fold its hands and watch its premier club dwindling in fortune hence the suspension of the former management and subsequent forensic auditing of the club.

The Commissioner said with the massive arrangements being put in place by the ministry, supporters of the Adamawa United and Queens football clubs will soon have a cause to smile as the interim management is working assiduously to bring back the lost glory of clubs adding that camps will soon be opened for the 2021/2022 football season.

Aloysius Babadoke also used the visit to announce plans by the fresh air government to float Adamawa state sports endowment fund with the approval to set up a committee to that effect.