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Ujiri wants sports technocrat as ministry’s head | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

President of basketball operations, Toronto Raptors, Masai Ujiri has urged the Federal Government to ensure that the Ministry of Sports is headed by a sports technocrat

19.8.2019

“When I see none sports personalities in charge of sports in the country, I feel bad. This situation is not only peculiar to Nigeria because some other African countries are guilty of this anomaly.” Nigeria SportsMinistry Ujiri

President of basketball operations, Toronto Raptors , Masai Ujiri has urged the Federal Government to ensure that the Ministry of Sports is headed by a sports technocrat

He added that the sports ministry has the capacity to discover and develop the abundant sports talents in Nigeria and also put viable structures for development.

Highlighting the achievements of his Giant of Africa programme, Ujiri said the project since its inception has continued to churn out great basketball stars in the continent.

He challenged Nigerians to demand for good leadership is sports, adding, “When I see none sports personalities in charge of sports in the country, I feel bad. This situation is not only peculiar to Nigeria because some other African countries are guilty of this anomaly.

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