Teqball : Ndudi Edede optimistic

Teqball : Ndudi Edede optimistic


The General-Secretary, Nigeria Teqball Federation, Ndudi Edede, is optimistic about the future of Teqball in Nigeria.


Ndudi Edede, speaking in an event organized by the Abuja Teqball Association in conjunction with Tulips International School is optimistic about the growth of the sport in Nigeria.


Based on his firm belief in developmental programs and public awareness in the distribution of Teqball tables across the federation, the secretary – general said there have been distribution of Teqball tables in 30 states of the country.


“Couple of months ago, we had distribution of tables across the states, we are already in 36 states of the country where Teqball is played and there are several programs “


Few weeks ago, in a bid to reposition the growth of Teqball in the country, the Teqball federation led by the vice president, Dr Ibrahim Abdul and Ndudi Edede organize training capacity for 24 officials made up of 12 coaches and 12 referees from the six geo-political zones in the country.


Teqball, one of the rapid growing Sports across the globe is reaching the summit in Nigeria, invented in 2012 by three Hungarian citizens, former professional player Gábor Borsányi, Hungarian businessman György Gattyán, and computer scientist Viktor Huszár, which combined the components of football and table tennis.


Played on a curved table, Teqball is already in 36 states of the Federation.





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