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Published On: Thu, Jul 4th, 2019

30 privates’ schools set for youth Afrolympics games in Abuja

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By Albert Akota

The Capital City of Nigeria will from Friday, July 5th to 6th 2019, bubble as over 30 private secondary schools are set to storm the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja for the second edition of the of Pan African Youth Friendship Games (PAF-G) and AU-ECOSOCThe games include: Table Tennis and Lawn Tennis Explosion for Singles, Doubles, and Mix Doubles.
The games remain a platform designed to bring succor to the African Continent. An initiative for young Africa Athletes of both sex with a view of making the ‘Rule the World’ of sports and showcase our hidden and untapped talents scattered in all nooks and crannies of the continent.
PAF-G a Sports Initiative is also to reposition the continent of Africa to attain its rightful place in Global Sports.
According to the statement from the Director, Corporate Affairs, Mr. Oba Olasunkanmi John, said: “Tackling the enormous the problem of economic recession including poverty, unemployment, underemployment, diseases, environmental degradation is the participation of us all and if indeed Africa Must Rise Again, the Time to Act is Now.
“Youth Sports Development is a catalyst and powerful force to promote human capital development as well as effect quality living.
“It cuts across children and Youths of both sexes from ages 08-35 Years who are actually the engine room of any nation and with their vitality, Strength, Capacity, Capability and numerous numbers in the population.
“AFROLYMPICS has the answer to the economic recession and an antidote to all the social devices.

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