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Jerry Okorodudu: I am dying of hunger

Jerry Okorodudu, an Olympian, on Tuesday in Lagos said he was dying of hunger over the non-payment of his 10 months’ salary by the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports.

NBF coach Tony Konyegwachi picks 8 boxers for Commonwealth Games

Head Coach of Nigeria Boxing Federation (NBF), Tony Konyegwachi, named eight boxers to represent the Nigeria at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.

Eight boxers make final cut for 2018 Commonwealth Games

The Nigeria Boxing Federation (NBF) has picked eight boxers to represent the country at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia following the final trials ahead of the Games.

32 boxers to train for Commonwealth Games

A total of 32 boxers drawn from eight weight categories have been invited for camping towards next year’s Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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