• Sat. May 18th, 2024

Sports Minister Submits Stewardship Account to President Tinubu

With eighteen days before the one year in office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu (GCFR), the Minister of Sports Development, Senator John Owan Enoh has met with the President, to provide a comprehensive account of his stewardship within the sports sector.

The meeting highlighted the significant achievements and ongoing initiatives aimed at fostering the growth and development of sports in Nigeria.According to the Special Assistant to the Minister on Media, Diana-Mary Nsan, Senator Owan Enoh during the briefing, outlined the successes achieved across various sporting events, including the African Cup of Nations, the African Games, and the World Relay Championships in the Bahamas. He emphasized the positive strides made by Nigerian athletes on the international stage, showcasing the nation’s prowess and determination in the world of sports.

According to the Special Assistant to the Minister on Media, Diana-Mary Nsan, Senator Owan Enoh during the briefing, outlined the successes achieved across various sporting events, including the African Cup of Nations, the African Games, and the World Relay Championships in the Bahamas. He emphasized the positive strides made by Nigerian athletes on the international stage, showcasing the nation’s prowess and determination in the world of sports.

He outlined the vision of the Ministry, to increase private investments in the industry as well as advance sports for the development and development of sports.

President Tinubu commended Minister Enoh for his dedication and proactive initiatives in advancing the sports industry. He acknowledged the pivotal role played by the minister in driving positive change and promoting excellence within the sector.

Minister Enoh expressed his gratitude to President Tinubu for his steadfast support and advocacy for the sports sector.

He credited the president’s bold leadership and visionary policies for the transformational changes witnessed in Nigerian sports. Enoh noted that under President Tinubu’s guidance, the sports industry has undergone a significant facelift, ushering in a new era of growth and opportunity, with the Ministry of Sports now standing alone from youth development.

The discussion also centered on the upcoming Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Paris, as well as other international tournaments on the horizon. Minister Enoh provided insights into Team Nigeria’s preparations and outlined strategies aimed at ensuring a successful outing for the nation’s athletes.President Tinubu reaffirmed his commitment to supporting Team Nigeria’s participation in the Olympic Games, pledging to provide the necessary resources and assistance to facilitate their success. He expressed confidence in the abilities of Nigerian athletes and reiterated his belief in their potential to excel on the global stage.

President Tinubu reaffirmed his commitment to supporting Team Nigeria’s participation in the Olympic Games, pledging to provide the necessary resources and assistance to facilitate their success. He expressed confidence in the abilities of Nigerian athletes and reiterated his belief in their potential to excel on the global stage.

In closing, Minister Enoh extended his gratitude to all stakeholders for their support and commitment to the advancement of Nigerian sports. He thanked President Tinubu for his invaluable guidance and reassured him of his continued dedication to driving excellence and innovation within the sports sector.

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