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Olawale Ajimotokan in AbujaThe new Director of the Korean Cultural Centre in Nigeria (KCCN), Lee Jin Su has noted that Nigeria is endowed with raw talent in Taekwondo that only have to be groomed.Lee made this disclosure, when he inspected the general training and grading test to acquaint four FCT schools with the latest training in Taekwondo. Lee Jin Su The diplomat said Nigeria will produce world class performers in the Taekwondo, if it succeeds in grooming the talented kids at its disposal to the international standard.He said the Korean government is fired up to offer partnership support for the sport in Nigeria.“The potential in the country is incredible. I can also feel Nigerians’ passion for Taekwondo. In a not too distant future, I can see international champions emerging from this country, “Lee said.About 100 kids drawn from LEA Primary School Wuse, Zone 3, Model Primary School, Maitama, LEA Primary School, Wuse 5 Zone 1, and Model Secondary School, Maitama featured in the programme, which is a grading test for the second FCT UBEB Elementary Taekwondo Championship that holds in June.The training was supervised by KCCN Taekwondo instructors led by Coach Abdulmalik Mohammed.Mohammed said the exercise was meant to bring the kids up to date with the latest rules of the sport.The the Arts coordinator of FCT UBEB Okafor Isioma, also lauded the initiative of KCCN towards the growth of Taekwondo.She added that efforts were being made to extend the programme to the other area councils in the FCT and for KCCN to admit more schools into the training programme.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram read more
Betis player Ana Romero ‘Willy’, also a member of the white-green technical secretariat, has started working as one of the members of the coronavirus health forces. The footballer, Bachelor of Medicine and opponent of the last MIR, announced it this way on her social networks: “Very happy to be able to contribute my little grain of sand in the fight against # Covid_19 as part of our healthcare system these days. My thanks also to @RealBetis for giving me all the facilities on this path. Now is the time to lean on the shoulder! “ Very happy to be able to contribute my little grain of sand in the fight against # Covid_19 being part of our healthcare system these days. My thanks also to @RealBetis for giving me all the facilities on this path. It is time to put your shoulder on it! 💪 pic.twitter.com/4E4u3bTXGn – Ana Romero Moreno (@ aromero7willy) April 9, 2020Indeed, the Heliopolis club has never put any hits for the player to join the work against the coronavirus, which is her other great vocation apart from football. Ana Romero had spent several weeks trying to find a place in the fight against the pandemic. “I sent all my data to be able to register, because without being registered you cannot work for the health system. They sent me the registration and I am signed up for all possible lists, waiting for them to pull me. If they do not call me it will be a good sign because it will mean that we are not so overworked, but given the situation it seems that sooner or later they will call me “, He stated a few days ago.And indeed, they have called him. The Iberdrola Super League, like all the others, is stopped and Willy is sure to take the time to keep fit with his training while trying to help heal as many people as possible pPray that the coronavirus curve finally begins to tilt downwards and we can get out of this crisis that has Spain and much of the world on edge. read more