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Sports Minister sacks AFN Technical Director, Sunday Adeleye

By TVC News Nigeria
08 November 2019   |   2:49 pm
Technical Director of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, Sunday Adeleye has become a casualty of an inquest into Nigeria's poor performance at the 2019 World Athletics Championships held in Doha, Qatar.

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