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Babatunde Obisanya

27 Oct 2016
Former National Table Tennis Coach, Babatunde Obisanya, has described as unfortunate the absence of Nigeria’s women’s team at the ongoing International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) African Senior Championships holding in Agadir, Morocco.
20 Aug 2016
Following the feat of Aruna Quadri in the table tennis event at the Rio Olympic Games, where he got to the quarterfinal stage, former Coach of National Table Tennis Federation (NTTF) ...

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