The 2017 season of the Kwese Nigerian Premier Basketball League is well underway but there has been no sight of last year’s Most Valuable Player candidate Romeo Wilfred Enan.
The former Braves of Customs star is yet to play this season due to contract wrangling between the clubs he featured for last season; Kwara Falcons and Kano Pillars.
Speaking with Basketballghana.com, Enan was adamant he will soon take the court after consulting the technical handlers and some administrative members of the team.
His confidence in his imminent return is so high he marked Mid May as the time to look out for debut in the ongoing campaign.
Reports by Basketballghana.com indicate a return to Kwara Falcons is the likely outcome.
Despite finishing the season with Falcons, the 6 foot 10 inch Ivorian featured for Kano Pillars as the league champions took on the best club sides in Africa in Egypt.
Pillars finished fourth with Romeo playing a key role off the bench.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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