Taiwo Mati, Muiz Adegoke, Mustapha Mustapha, and Samuel Boboye will not participate in this month’s World Youth Championships, according to The PUNCH.Information Guide Nigeria
The tournaments will serve off in Tunisia from December 4 to 11.
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This action follows Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the 2022 ITTF World Championships in Chengdu, China, which were held in September.
Our correspondent learned that the Nigeria Table Tennis Federation formally notified the International Table Tennis Federation of its decision to withdraw the boys’ team from the tournament owing to a lack of money.
Africa’s berth will be given to Egypt in Tunisia as a result of Nigeria’s withdrawal, denying the boys the necessary exposure and ranking points.
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Ishaku Tikon, the president of the NTTF, lamented the withdrawal and explained that the federation had written to the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development in October regarding the championship and made multiple trips to the ministry to secure funding.
“I knew what these boys went through before qualifying for this tournament and for two months we had written to the ministry about the trip, but we did not get any result from all the visits as the excuse was that there were no funds,” Tikkon said.JAMB portal
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