Nigerian Para powerlifter Paul Kehinde has been issued a 30-month ban by the International Paralympic Committee.
According to a statement released by the association, he is banned for committing an anti-doping rule violation which is against professional laws and ethics.
The IPC’s Anti-Doping Director James Sclater noted that the athlete could have avoided the ban if he had followed laid down rules. Information Guide Nigeria
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He said, “This case may have been avoided if the athlete had followed the rules for Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs) and verified that his prescribed medication was prohibited. JAMB Result
“The IPC would like to strongly remind all athletes who require the use of a prohibited substance or method, for a diagnosed medical condition, to apply for a TUE in accordance with the WADA ISTUE requirements.”
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