By Ifeanyi Eduzor
The Federal Capital Territory, Abuja is bubbling with activities as a total of 83 Archers drawn from across the country storm the city for the first phase of the Nigerian Archery Federation coaching and officiating workshop which runs from March 17-24 inside the multi-purpose indoor sports hall of the Abuja National Stadium.
Disclosing this to The Nigerian Xpress Sports, President of the Nigeria Archery Federation, Mohammed Abdullah, said the participants are drawn from the Defence Headquarters, Abuja comprising, Army, Navy and Air Force, Federal Road Safety Commission and the Nigeria Immigration Service.
Others are Imo, kogi, Niger, Oyo, Tukura Archery Academy and the Federal Capital Territory as well as unattached individuals.
Abdullahi who is excited over the encouraging number of participants registered so far for the workshop further hinted that the Nigerian Immigration Service has the highest number of participants which is 20 while the Defence Headquarters has 15 leaving Road Safety Commission and the FCT with 10 participants each.
Niger state has 5; Imo 4, Kogi 3 and Oyo 3.Tukura Academy has 5 participants while 8 unattached individual participants have since been registered.