Who would History favour
From cadet boy singles winner in 2008 to the of the Men’s Singles Champion in 2013 Winner, a difference of five years.
It is five years since Omotayo Olajide won the title 2013 with a prize of a brand-new car when the Championship celebrated her 45th Edition.
The Gewo Ambassador is on the verge of making history, if history is to be considered.
As the Championship clocks 50th and with a brand-new Peugeot on the offer, who would go home with the prized asset.
Is Olajide destined to win the title every five years but before he could fulfil his desire, he needs face the soldier.
David Faleye, an officer of the Nigeria Army.
The Soldier man has been on the wrong side of history in all the finals he played
In 2014 , he lost to Adeyinka Ahmed , last year , he also lost in the final to the National Champion , Jamiu Azeez .
Can David break the final jinx?
If Omotayo wins the final, he will become the only ping ponger to win a brand-new car twice in the history of the Championship.
Gewo Ambassador, Omotayo Olajide or Nigeria Army’s David Faleye.
Where will the pendulum swings?