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Wahid Enitan Oshodi

8 Sep
World’s table tennis ruling body, the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), has confirmed Nigeria’s Wahid Enitan Oshodi as one of the candidates for executive vice president positions in the November 24 elections...
16 Jun
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has felicitated with former president of the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), Wahid Enitan Oshodi, on his new position as the deputy president...
7 Jun
African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) President, Khaled El-Salhy, has described the election of Nigeria’s Wahid Enitan Oshodi as the deputy president of the continental body as a big addition to the top echelon of table tennis in Africa.
2 Aug 2019
The President of the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation (NTTF), Ishaku Tikon has said that Nigeria would continue to raise the standard of table tennis with the hosting of major competitions in Africa.
16 Aug 2018
Chairman of the Local Organising Committee of the just concluded International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Challenge Seamaster Nigeria Open, Wahid Enitan Oshodi believes Lagos can successfully host the higher version of the competition, Challenge Plus, given certain developments.


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Canada on Tuesday banned travellers from Egypt, Nigeria and Malawi over fears of the spread of the new Omicron coronavirus variant, bringing to 10 the number of African countries targeted by the government in Ottawa. Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos told reporters that foreign nationals who have spent time or transited those countries in the past…
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In less than four days after setting an African record as the first player to reach the quarter-final stage at the ITTF World Table Tennis Championships, Quadri Aruna
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Three students were killed and six other people including a teacher were wounded Tuesday in a shooting at a high school in rural Oxford, Michigan, local police said.
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Dutch health authorities said Tuesday that the Omicron variant was present in the Netherlands earlier than previously thought before South Africa had first reported the new strain of Covid-19.
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Former Liverpool and Arsenal midfielder Ray Kennedy died on Tuesday aged 70 after a long struggle with Parkinson's Disease.