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Para Athletes

5 Sep 2017
Despite being neglected, Para Athletes are not giving up the fight to prove that they can excel at any stage given the right support and sponsorship. In this second part, the athletes suggest a way forward, if the nation wants them to keep excelling.
5 Sep 2017
Most of the laurels Nigeria have won at global sports events have come from Para Sports but the physically-challenged men and women who have achieved these feats only have tales of pain and woes to share about how the nation has treated them.

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