384 athletes depart for Police games in Anambra from Lagos Command

first_imgRelatedPosts Lagos Police boss preaches against domestic violence at CP’s daughter’s wedding Ogudu cell not suitable for detainees — Lagos CP Lagos CP inspects venue for CBT for new recruits No fewer than 384 athletes from the Lagos State Police Command have departed the state for the 12th Biennial Police Games holding from February 29 to March 7, 2020 in Awka, Anambra State. DSP Bala Elkana, the Police Public Relations Officer of the Command, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Wednesday. He noted that the athletes would feature in 31 games, adding that they were adequately prepared to retain their position as defending champions. “Our athletes have been preparing and we are ready to retain our title as the defending champions of the 2018 Enugu Police Games,” Elkana said. NAN reports that over 5,000 police officers are expected to take part in the games. Chioma Ajunwa, a police officer, in 1996 emerged the first Nigerian Olympic Gold medallist. The late Sunday Bada, a policeman, also won a Silver medal, later upgraded to Gold at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000 because the original winners of the 4 x 4 race tested positive to a banned substance. Esene Ikpoto, who represented Nigeria at different prestigious competitions, including the Olympic Games held in Christchurch, New Zealand, is also a police officer.Tags: Bala ElkanaChioma AjunwaEsena IkpotoLagos State Police CommandSunday Badalast_img

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