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Aruna Quadri knocked out of ITTF World Cup

African and Nigerian champion, Aruna Quadri, has been knocked out of Liebherr 2018 ITTF Men’s World Cup in Paris.

China win 2018 men, women table tennis world championship

The Chinese men’s table tennis team are the 2018 Men’s Team World Champions after a comprehensive victory over Germany in the Liebherr 2018 World Team Table Tennis Championships.

Aruna Quadri one step to ITTF Africa’s final

Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri and female compatriot Offiong Edem are into the semi finals of the 2018 ITTF-Africa Top 16 Cup, being decided in Nairobi.

ITTF confirms Aruna Quadri, Omar Assar for World Cup tourney

The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) has confirmed Nigeria’s Aruna Quadri and Omar Assar of Egypt alongside 18 other players for the Liebherr 2017 ITTF Men’s World Cup in Liege, Belgium.

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Jarrell Miller: I’ll knock Anthony Joshua in eighth round

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Tanzania to spend $4.3 million on oil palm farming

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Official: Kaduna government, World Bank to establish ginger hub in Kachia

The Kaduna State Government on Monday said it was collaborating with the Federal Government and the World Bank to establish a world-class Ginger Hub in Kachia Local Government Area of the state

Election postponement: Senator Ekweremadu alleges missing result sheets in Enugu

The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, has raised the alarm over an alleged plan by unnamed persons to rig him out of the National Assembly election rescheduled to take place on Saturday, February 23.