Dakkada has penned an apology letter to the club supporters following their relegation from the Nigeria Premier Football League.
The Uyo club’s four-year stint in the Nigerian top flight was cut short following a disappointing campaign.
Dakkada finished in 10th position on the Group B table.
The modest side lost 3-0 to Sunshine Stars in their last game of the season on Sunday.
“It is regrettable that after four unbroken years in the top flight, our best efforts throughout the season fell short of the minimum requirement to stay in a very competitive Nigeria Premier Football League whose abridged format, adopted for the season, caused it to be even more competitive by dwarfing the margin of error,” reads the statement on the club’s official website.
“To the truest reason that has enabled us stay afloat thus far – our supporters – we cannot thank you enough for the fantastic support you have given us all these years.”
Nasarawa United, El-Kanemi Warriors and Wikki Tourists are the three other clubs relegated from the NPFL.