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According CAJ, the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) athletics team in Abuja has won 10 gold medals, 8 silvers and four bronze at the just concluded, Athletic Championships League in Abuja. The team clearly stood out and the Director of Sports, NSCDC,  Ayodele Titus said that it was the beginning of good things to come this season.
“There is no doubt that NSCDC is a force to reckon with when it comes to sport in Nigeria. I am also using this medium to say that we are not going to relent in our efforts to keep the flag flying base on the Commandant General Ade Abolurin’s mission for the Corps and Nigeria as a whole,” Titus said.
He added that the NSCDC team also shone in Lagos where the team won a gold, one silver and one bronze in a table tennis tournament.


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