Officials of the Nigerian University Games Association [NUGA] visited the University of Lagos on the 26th of May 2021 where they met with the Vice-Chancellor of the university and other members of the local organizing committee of the 26th Nigerian University games.
The visitation was designed to iron out a suitable date for the games and also to inspect the progress made on the Campus’s sports facilities.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos Professor Oluwatoyin Temitayo Ogundipe reiterated the institution’s commitment to hosting the rest of the country’s University athletes.
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The Nigerian University Games which is expected to attract over 5000 students from 85 universities was earlier scheduled to hold in 2019, has been pending and the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic halted many sporting events in 2020.
The facilities inspected were those for athletics, the indoor…
Source: Complete Sports