UNVEILING FASTFEET SPORTS CLUB ON THE PLATEAU: PLATEAU YOUTHS BREAKING LIMITS

It is visible to the blind and audible to the deaf; printed and casted out on stones and walls that Plateau State today, is waxing stronger than ever in sports. This is first not unconnected with the fact that Plateau State now has one of the most uncommon Commissioner of Youths and Sports Development, Hon. VICTOR LAPANG, who has taken the state into eldorado in terms of sports.

Similarly and indeed amazingly, is the Forthcoming UNVEILING of FASTFEET SPORT CLUB ON THE PLATEAU, the FIRST EVER INDIGENOUS SPORT CLUB ON THE PLATEAU . The first athletics Club in Northern Nigeria and the Second of its kind in the whole of Nigeria. To say I’m moved, is an understatement honestly speaking.

This is a milestone stride conceived, initiated and nurtured by vibrant and young teeming youths of Plateau State; of course in consonance with the the able Commissioner, Victor Lapang and other bodies.

FASTFEET broke record by hosting the World Bronze Medalist for the first time in Jos. A giant stride at the right time that tagged the World Bronze Medalist as Brand Ambassador, due to his unmatched pedigree in sport.

By 29th November 2020, this record breaking FASTFEET SPORT CLUB will be unveiled on the Plateau. As a youth, I am challenged, to always think of creative ideas and ways of breaking limits on the Plateau.

The importance of having the first ever indigenous SPORT CLUB, will indeed better be x-rayed by very consistent SPORT LOVERS , but to say the list of the importance is the fact that FASTFEET SPORT CLUB will unearth, nuture and provide the platform for talented sportsmen and women on the Plateau to strive to enviable heights. And the record breaking is something we all must applaud as we wait to see youths of Plateau State unveil this giant stride come 29th November 2020.

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UNVEILING FASTFEET SPORTS CLUB ON THE PLATEAU: PLATEAU YOUTHS BREAKING LIMITS

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- Studied Mass Communication from the University of Jos. He is a Journalist, a blogger, a public relations practitioner and an advocate for social justice.

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