AFN’s five-man panel to probe Gusau over IAAF’s ‘missing’ $135, 000
The Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) has set up a five-man committee to probe its former president, Ibrahim Gusau, who was impeached...
AFN president, Gusau impeached over IAAF’s ‘missing’ $135, 000
The President of Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Ibrahim Gusau paid the big prize yesterday, as he was impeached by the board following his alleged role in the ‘missing’ $135, 000 erroneously paid to the country two years ago by world athletics body, IAAF.
Fatigue hits Nigerian athletes after two days road trip to Abidjan
This is not the best of time for Nigerian athletics. For three days and two nights, Nigeria’s athletes and officials to the 2019 African U-18 and U-20 Athletics Championships were on the road navigating their way to the competition venue in Abidjan, capital of Cote d’Ivoire.
Ex-athletes seek AFN president’s resignation over ‘poor’ performance
U.S. based former Nigerian hammer throw champion, Gabriel Opuana, and London-based Olympics medalist, Olusoji Fasuba have called on President of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Ibrahim Gusau...
Akinwunmi leads NFF’s four-man committee on FIFA sanctions
First Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Seyi Akinwunmi will head a four-man panel to unravel the issues behind the slip that led to Nigeria forfeiting...
Ibrahim Gusau moves to block ‘impeachment’ at AFN Congress
The president of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Ibrahim Gusau may have put in place strategic plans to counter ‘impeachment moves’ by some aggrieved board members in their congress holding tomorrow in Abuja.
We’re building Nigerian athletics from scratch, says AFN boss
President of Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Alhaji Ibrahim Gusau has declared that his administration would have to re-build the nation’s track and field from the scratch saying...
AFN crisis takes dangerous twist
While the AFN, the country’s second biggest sports federation, is still struggling for identity, Team England yesterday named 75 athletes as part of its contingent for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia.