Aruna Quadri has become the first Nigerian to win the ITTF Nigeria Open men’s singles title after defeating Frenchman, Hachard Antoine in the final match of ITTF Nigeria Open 2018 held at Molade Okoya Thomas Hall of Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos.
For his effort, Aruna Quadri won the ITTF Nigeria Open top prize money of $5,000. The Nigerian also won another $200 courtesy of the fair play award, which was also awarded to him.
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The Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) has declared Ayodeji Odeleye, an Estate Surveyor, as the winner of its 2018 Edition of Young Managers Competition (YMC) held in Lagos.
The five finalists were Ayodeji Odeleye (Winner), Iyeku Akinwale (first Runner up), Caleb Eke (Second Runner up), Ibidunni Lawani (Third Runner up) and Akinkunmi Elizabeth (Fourth Runner).
The star prize for the winner is a cash prize of ₦1.5 million, while the first, second and the third runners up were rewarded with ₦800,000, ₦500,000 and ₦200,000 worth of management training at NIM Headquarters respectively.
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Nigeria’s number one female squash player, Yemisi Olatunji has won the SafeGuard Zimbabwe Squash Open Championship after defeating her sister, Busayo Olatunji to win the women’s final, which ended in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe Squash Open Championship, which featured players from South Africa, Zambia, Swaziland, Nigeria and host country, Zimbabwe’s male and female teams, was organised to develop and expose African stars.
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