83 archers storm Abuja as archery workshop kicks off


A total of 83 archers from across the country will begin the first phase of the Nigerian Archery Federation Game Clinic, Coaching and Officiating Workshop scheduled for March 17 to 24 at the indoor sports hall of the National Stadium, Abuja.

President of the Nigeria Archery Federation, Mohammed Abdullah, said the participants were drawn from the Defence Headquarters, Abuja comprising, Army, Navy, Air Force, Federal Road Safety Corps and the Nigeria Immigration Services.

Others are Imo, Kogi and Niger states, as well as Oyo Tukura  Archery Academy, the Federal Capital Territory and individuals.

Abdullahi added that the Nigerian Immigration Service had the highest number of participants, 20, while the Defence Headquarters had 15, leaving FRSC and the FCT with 10 participants each.

Niger and Imo has five and four participants respectively, while Kogi and Oyo has three each. Tukura Academy has five participants while eight unattached individual participants registered for the event.

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