Nigeria’s Paralympic gold medalist Ndidi Nwosu dies at 40
By Guardian Exclusive
10 April 2020 | 8:32 am
Olympic and Commonwealth Games champion, Ndidi Nwosu, has passed away owing to complications from a spinal cord injury she sustained at the last Commonwealth Games in Australia.
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