Nigerian sports minister

As the African Athletics Championships approach, Nigerian athletes are gearing up for a crucial rehearsal for the Olympic Games in Paris. Sports Minister Senator John Owan Enoh has urged the team to view the event in Cameroon as a vital stepping stone to success on the global stage.

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The 40 athletes selected to represent Nigeria carry the nation’s hopes and aspirations. They are determined to make their mark and bring home the coveted first position trophy. Senator Enoh reminded them of their remarkable achievements in Ghana, urging them to build upon those successes.

The African Championships are more than a regional contest; they offer a platform for athletes to fine-tune their skills, test their mettle, and prepare mentally and physically for the Olympics. With the eyes of the nation and the world upon them, Nigerian athletes are ready to rise to the occasion.

As they compete in Cameroon, they will gain valuable insights and experience that will serve them well when they step onto the Olympic track in Paris. Their mission is clear: to uphold the green-white-green flag with pride and strive for excellence.

The team’s preparation is in full swing, with a focus on physical and mental readiness. Every detail matters, from training to diet and hydration. The Olympic year intensifies the stakes, and the world will be watching. Scrutiny will be relentless, but these athletes are ready to shine.

Let’s rally behind Team Nigeria as they aim for greatness. Their performances in Cameroon will echo beyond the continent, resonating on the Olympic stage. With determination and resilience, they will make their mark and bring pride to the nation.