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You have made us proud Nigerians – Ambassador Nwachukwu

Ambassador Nwachukwu and NBBF President, Musa Kida

*Thumbs up for new NBBF board Nigerian Ambassador to Mali, His Excellency Ken Nwachukwu showered encomiums on the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) under the leadership of Engineer Musa Kida for winning the Arobasket championship and using sports to improve the international status of Nigeria on the global stage through the …

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Kida reaffirms commitment to players’ welfare

Engineer Musa Kida...assures basketball players of commitment

*As NBBF decamps U-16 team President of the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF), Engineer Musa Kida, has reaffirmed his Board’s commitment to players’ welfare during their tenure. Speaking on Wednesday evening at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National stadium immediately after training of the Senior Women’s national team who are …

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Afrobasket women U 16: AMK Foundation to sponsor national team

Milo Basketball, AMK Foundation supports national team

*Current board is youth development-centred Board of the Nigeria Basketball Federation(NBBF) led by Engineer Ahmadu Musa Kida has secured sponsorship from the AMK Foundation for the National U-16 Women team which will be competing at the Women Afrobasket U-16 Championship, taking place in Beira, Mozambique from 3rd-12th August, 2017. According …

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Afrobasket: Nigeria sets up camps in Florida, Lagos

Nigeria's D'Tigress heading to the Afrobasket championships

Nigeria has set up two different camps in preparation for the Afrobasket 2017 women championship in Bamako, Mali. According to a statement signed by Chimezie Asiegbu, the Secretary General, said the Engineer Musa Kida-led board of Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) met and approved the list of players and coaches in …

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20 frequently asked questions (FAQs) 2017 NBBF elections

*Musa Kida led NBBF Board is the authentic From Ayodele Bakare Invariably and without fail, I receive a new set of questions every single day, seeking clarification on various aspects of the recently concluded NBBF elections. Some of these inquiries are genuine requests for information, while some are mischievous attempts …

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