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Disabled Nigerian youth play football on skateboards in show of determination

By Ruptly
05 June 2021   |   10:53 am
Young people with disabilities demonstrated their skills playing a match of football on skateboards, in Katsina, as seen in footage on Sunday. The young players enjoy playing the sport as it gives them time to socialise with friends as well as train their physical health.

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