NBBF re-elects Umar as President

By Daily Sports on June 13, 2017

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The Nigeria Basket Ball Federation has elected a new board for the period 2017 to 2021.

The election which took place in Kano yesterday saw the return of Alhaji Tijani Umar as President and North East representative. Others include Olumide Oyedeji emerged the new Vice President and FIBA world representative, Alhaji Kuktar Kaleh, FIBA Afrique representative, Dr Joseph Adeyemo from Kwara, North Central representative, Musapha Suleiman from Kano representing North West, Segun Famuyiwa, South West Representative and Ejike Paul Medus as South East Representative.

Others elected into the new board include Stanley Gamut as Athletes representative, Mrs Margaret Porbeni, NAWIS, (Women in Sports). There was no election for the South South representative and a bye election would be conducted on a later date, according to chairman of the electoral panel, Barrister Kennedy Osunwa. 

*Photo shows Alhaji Tijani Umar.

Source Daily Sports

Posted June 13, 2017


 

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