Former Braves Center Romeo Wilfred Enan has stated games in Nigeria are tough despite having a successful debut season in the league. The lanky Center featured prominently for DSTV Premier Basketball League outfit Kwara Falcons in the Atlantic Conference in Nigeria.
Romeo who played five seasons in the Accra Basketball League (ABL) pointed out several differences between the two leagues when Basketballghana.com caught up with at the Prisons Court during a league game between Air Force and Reformers of Prisons in the Women’s Division.
“There is a lot of difference in terms of facilities, in terms of officials, in terms of management, in terms of organization… there is a lot of difference between Nigeria and Ghana especially the game. The game is really tough” he said.
Romeo’s excellent performance in first year at Kwara was highlighted by his tremendous play in the All Star Game earlier this year where he emerged Most Outstanding Player. For the season, he anchored Falcons interior defense as the side placed fourth in the recently completed season.
Romeo starred for Braves before leaving for Nigeria amassing five straight league titles during his time with the perennial Ghanaian champions.