Badminton Federation Organized 2-Day Shuttle Time Train The Trainer

 

Badminton Federation of Nigeria (BFN), in partnership with Community Sport Educational Development (CSED) Initiative, ended today Wednesday 5th July, 2023, at the Indoor Sports Hall of Kwara State Stadium Complex, Ilorin.

The training programme involved twenty five (25) Schools Teachers (Games Masters/Mistresses) and one hundred (100) students drawn from various Secondary Schools across Kwara State.

The Program, a Badminton World Federation (BWF) initiative to take the game of Badminton to the schools and to the grassroots in order to discover and develop hidden talents abound in schools, attracted enthusiastic students, teachers and personalities.

Addressing the participants, the Kwara State Governor and the Chairman, Nigeria Governors’Forum NGF, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq applauded the Badminton Federation and the World Body as well as the Community Sport Educational Development (CSED) Initiative for the bold steps to develop the game.

 

Governor AbdulRasaq who noted that government alone cannot shoulder the responsibility of Sports called on corporate bodies, organizations and individuals to join hands with the government to take sports to greater heights.

The Governor who was represented by the Executive Chairman, Kwara State Sports Commission, Bola Mogaji, commended the participants for their conduct, advising them not to derail from their focus.

He reiterated the determination of the State government to always support sports inview of its potential to improve the economy of the athletes, the State and the Nation.

Governor AbdulRasaq urged the games masters and mistresses to be good ambassadors of the State and implement the training to the students.

The representative of the Governor later announced the personal donation of two hundred thousand naira to stage State Secondary Schools Badminton Championship urging the State Badminton Association to work out the modalities for a hitch free tournament.

The Chairman, Kwara State Badminton Association, Engineer Suleiman Warah, advised the participants to embrace badminton, describing it as a lovely game and the students can make career out of it while pursuing their academic
programme.

Engineer Warah stated that the Association would not relent in contributing its quota to the development of Badminton.

Technical Director, BFN,
Coach Tunde Kazeem charged the participants to spread the message to the grassroots which is the essence of the training.

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