Incredible evening as Nigeria Gymnastics Federation headed by Prince Kelvin Erhunwmunse and assisted by Mohammed Abba Inuwa has concluded her 3 days National trials ahead of All Africa Games slated for August in Morocco.
However, the program which is scheduled from 26th-28th at the gymnasium of the package A of the Abuja National Stadium has really witnessed so many spectators daily.
Meanwhile, the foreign based athletes where all present alongside the home based that exhibited their fantastic skills and commitment to the popular game.
More also, the 70 participants who came from different states in order to prove their worth. Among them are (US) based Uche Eke that displayed total bravery.
Speaking to Journalists, "I came home to motivate others and expose them to modern Gymnastics".
"In 2017, i once represent Nigeria in South Africa where i won gold medal but I'm going for medals in All Africa Games where I will be competing in so many events"
The University of Michigan finest gymnast said, "It my dream to represent Nigeria and i believe them because they have so many talents" he added.
Aside from Uche Eke, there are so many champions like Helen Ocheke, Precious Okosun, Mohammed, Melvine that are ready to fly the 'Green White Green' flag outside the country.
More also, female gymnastics star, Helen told news men, "The equipments are poor but we're appealing to the Sports Ministry in order to come to our aid"
The player's Representative confidently said, "As champions, we shall bring positive results from Morocco but we need to work collectively as a team" Ocheke finalized.
Nevertheless, the grassroots promoter and championship Coach Anthony Asuquo has work tirelessly to improve the game at all level.
Interestingly, dignitaries like Chief Daniel Eke (Uche Eke father), Ministry of Youths and Sports Development staffs and Mr. Angus Ibizen (Assistant Corps Marshal) all add glamour to the eventful closing ceremony.
NGF leader, (Prince Kelvin Erhunwmunse) disclosed, "I'm so pleased with the performance of the participants because we're here to build talents and relate with them".
Adding, " We hope to camp them outside Nigeria for them to get acquitted with the facilities abroad and bring home substantial results" Erhunwmunse concluded.
In summary, the Fct-Abuja Calisthenics (20) man group, music performance, comedy and dance competition added spice to the remarkable event.