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Ministerial Platform 2013 presentation by the Honourable Minister of Sports and Chairman, National Sports Commission, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi.

Ministerial Platform 2013 presentation by the Honourable Minister of Sports and Chairman, National Sports Commission, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi.

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  • 1. 1FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sports In the TransformationAgenda:Performance & ChallengesPresented at the 2013 Ministerial PlatformByJune, 2013Mallam Bolaji AbdullahiHonorable Minister/ChairmanNational Sports Commission (NSC)
  • 2. 2FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)1 Background2 Structure3 Key Performance Indicators4664 Sporting Activities 75 Presidential Retreat on Sports 86 Post-Retreat Actions 117 Grassroots Sports Development 208 Football 219 Reform of the NIS 3110 Facility Development & Management 3311 Public Private Partnership 3512 Partnerships & Collaboration 36Sections13 Challenges 3614 Conclusion 36
  • 3. 3Framework3FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)This presentation will focus on the following thematic areas:• The general context for sport administration in Nigeria.• Mandates and key performance Indicators of the NSC and itsparastatals.• Revenue and expenditure profile for 2012.• Key achievements and activities of the NSC and its parastatals.• Major challenges and limitations of the NSC and;• Prospects and strategies for the future.
  • 4. 4FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)BackgroundThe National Sports Commissionstarted as National Sports Council in1962, with a statutory responsibility toadminister, regulate and coordinatesports development in Nigeria.
  • 5. 5FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Mandate• To establish a technically efficientinstitution for sports developmentand participation.• To develop the sports sector toworld class standard.• To provide continuousimprovement of quality of life forthe entire citizenry through sports.
  • 6. 6FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 1StructureHonourable Minister/ChairmanDirector-GeneralFederation &EliteAthletesDepartmentUnitsLegalInternal AuditInformation & ProtocolICTReformsGrassrootsSportsDevelopmentDepartmentSportsMedicineDepartmentFacilities &StadiaManagementDepartmentSports Planning,Research &DocumentationDepartmentHumanResources,Management& Finance
  • 7. 7FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The National Sports Commission is organised around six (6)departments, six (6) units, and twelve (12) zonal offices spreadacross the nation.The Departments include:1. Federation & Elite Athletes Department2. Grassroots Sports Development Department3. Sports Medicine Department4. Facilities & Stadia Management Department5. Sports Planning, Research & Documentation Department6. Human Resources, Management & FinanceStructureDepartments
  • 8. 8FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)S/NO Zone Location Headquarters1 South West I Ibadan, Headquarters2 South West II Akure, Headquarters3 South South I Benin, Headquarters4 South South II Port-Harcourt, Headquarters5 South East I Enugu, Headquarters6 South East II Nguru, Headquarters7 North Central I Jos, Headquarters8 North Central II Minna, Headquarters9 North West I Kaduna, Headquarters10 North West II Sokoto, Headquarters11 North East I Bauchi, Headquarters12 North East II Damaturu, HeadquartersStructureZones
  • 9. 9FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The National Institute for Sport (NIS)The National Institute for Sport (NIS) was established in 1972 withthe mandate to drive manpower development in sports.The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) was established as theNigeria Football Association (NFA) in 1945.The Federation has the responsibility to control and organizedomestic and international football in Nigeria.StructureParastatals
  • 10. 10FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Regulating andadministeringsports.Developing thesports sector toa world classlevel.Improving thequality of life ofthe citizenry.NATIONALSPORTSCOMMISSIONSection 2Key Performance Indicators
  • 11. 11FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The key performance evaluation forimproving the quality of life ofNigerians through sports isreflected in the number ofNigerians that participate in sportsfor recreation.Key Performance EvaluationImproving the Quality of Life of the EntireCitizenry
  • 12. 12FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The key performance evaluationfor the development of the sportssector in adherence to world classstandards is reflected in Nigeria’sperformance in internationalcompetitions.Key Performance EvaluationDeveloping the Sports Sector to a World ClassLevel
  • 13. 13FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The key performance evaluation forproviding regulation andadministration for sport is reflectedin the strengthening of sportsthrough key policy actions initiatedand implemented.Key Performance EvaluationProviding Regulation and Administration forSports
  • 14. Section 3Sporting Activities1414FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)
  • 15. 15FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Senior African Athletics ChampionshipAt the 2012 Senior AfricaAthletics Championship in PortNovo, Nigeria emerged OverallWinner after 14 years with:10 Gold6 Silver5 BronzeSporting Activities
  • 16. 16FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesLondon 2012 OlympicsTEAM NIGERIA got to 6 finals and8 semifinals of athletics eventswith many of the athletescompeting for the first time.One of our female athletes ran apersonal best of 10.92 in 100meters. No Nigerian femaleathlete has ever done this in thehistory of the Olympics.
  • 17. 17FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)TEAM NIGERIA female boxer,defeated the world Number 2 andgot to the quarter-finals, losing outto the world’s Number 1. She alsomade history as the first Nigerianfemale to fight at the Olympic.Sporting ActivitiesLondon 2012 Olympics
  • 18. 18FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)TEAM NIGERIA male Basketballteam, D’Tigers for the first time inour nation ’ s sporting history,qualified to represent Nigeria at theLondon 2012 Olympics, beating theAfrican Champions, Tunisia in thefirst game.Sporting ActivitiesLondon 2012 Olympics
  • 19. 19FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Nigeria participated in theCanoeing (Slalom) for the first timeat the London 2012 Olympics.Sporting ActivitiesLondon 2012 Olympics
  • 20. 20FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)At the London 2012 ParalympicGames, Nigeria put up a stellarperformance clinching:6 Gold5 Silver1 BronzeSporting ActivitiesLondon 2012 Paralympics
  • 21. 21FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)At the 2012 Paralympic Games,Nigeria set three world records inpower-lifting posting our secondbest performance ever in thehistory of the Paralympic games.Sporting ActivitiesLondon 2012 Paralympics
  • 22. 22FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)In 2012, the 18th National SportsFestival, EKO 2012, held in LagosState.We recorded the highest numberof participants ever in the historyof the Festival.11,045 athletes and officials fromall 36 states and the FCTparticipated.Sporting Activities18th National Sports Festival
  • 23. 23FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Nigeria won a Gold and Silvermedal at the 2012 World ChessOlympiad in Turkey.Sporting ActivitiesWorld Chess Olympiad
  • 24. Nigeria emerged 3rd at the 2012Senior African WrestlingChampionship, Morocco.24NATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesSenior African Wrestling Championship24FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)
  • 25. Nigeria was Overall Winner at the2012 Senior Africa WeightliftingChampionships in Kenya.Sporting ActivitiesSenior African Weightlifting Championship25FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)
  • 26. 26FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Falconets made it to thesemi-finals of the Women U-20World Cup in Japan.Sporting ActivitiesWomen U-20 World Cup, Japan 2012
  • 27. 27FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesNigerian beat Liberia to qualify instyle for AFCON 2013 after failingto qualify for the previous editionin Gabon/Equitorial Guinea.Sporting ActivitiesAFCON 2013
  • 28. 28FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)At the AFCON 2013, the SuperEagles of Nigeria emergedChampions of Africa after 19years.Sporting ActivitiesAFCON 2013
  • 29. 29FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesIn the run-up to AFCON 2013, thepresidential support the SuperEagles received wasunprecedented. While the SuperEagles were training at the NationalStadium Abuja, Mr. President paid asurprise visit to boost the morale ofthe team.Sporting ActivitiesAFCON 2013
  • 30. 30FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesThe Super Eagles also received aletter from His Excellency, Dr.Goodluck Jonathan shortly beforethey departed for South Africa,encouraging and inspiring theteam to victory.In addition to this was a SkypeVideo Call by Mr. President to theSuper Eagles in the middle of thetournament in South Africa.Sporting ActivitiesAFCON 2013
  • 31. 31FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Super Eagles also made historyby remaining unbeaten from thefirst game of the tournament tillthe finals when they lifted thetrophy.Sporting ActivitiesAFCON 2013
  • 32. 32FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesThe Golden Eaglets and FlyingEagles qualified for the 2013African U-17 and U-20Championships in Algeria andMorocco respectively.Sporting ActivitiesAfrican Football Championships
  • 33. 33FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesThe Golden Eaglets came secondin the African U-17 FootballChampionship thereby qualifyingfor the FIFA 2013 U-17 World Cupfor the 10th time.Sporting ActivitiesAfrican Football Championships
  • 34. 34FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesThe Flying Eagles came third in theAfrican U-20 FootballChampionship and qualified forthe 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup.Sporting ActivitiesAfrican Football Championships
  • 35. 35FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sporting ActivitiesIn April, 2013 Nigeria hosted andwon the first ever Junior Africa U-17 Athletics Championship.Sporting Activities1st Junior Africa U-17 Athletics Championship
  • 36. 36FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)On the heels of the retreat, new strategicmanagement initiatives to enhance qualitativesporting performance were introduced forgreater administrative efficiency, sectorialcapacity building, job creation through sportsand early talent detection.Section 4Presidential Retreat on Sports:A Watershed
  • 37. 37FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)“…Our commitment is to become the bestsporting nation in Africa; be among the top4 sporting nations in the Commonwealthand; ultimately rule the world. This visionis not only realistic, it is also achievablewith hard work, greater sense of purpose,and dedication.”– President’s welcome speech at thePresidential sports sector retreat.A Watershed…Presidential Retreat on Sports
  • 38. 38FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The London 2012 Olympics markedthe climax of our dwindling fortunesin sports. Although our performanceat the London 2012 Paralympicsappeared to have compensated forour outing at the Olympics; Mr.President acknowledged the need toimmediately reposition the sportssector. Hence, the first everPresidential Retreat on Sports.Why the Retreat?Presidential Retreat on Sports
  • 39. 39FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Presidential Retreat on Sportswas attended by a select numberof local and internationalparticipants and facilitators.In demonstration ofunprecedented commitment, HisExcellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan,sat through the one-day retreat.Retreat ParticipationPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 40. 40FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The retreat was centered aroundthe following objectives:•To discuss and understandNigeria’s current sportinglandscape.•To identify the priority sportsNigeria should focus on over theshort to medium term.•To understand the critical barriersfor priority sports to achieveNigeria’s full potential.Retreat ObjectivesPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 41. 41FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)• To develop concrete plans forboth grassroots and elite sportstowards achieving success atinternational sport events.• To consider financing optionsthat will enable theachievement of those plans.Retreat ObjectivesPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 42. 42FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)On the heels of the retreat, new strategicmanagement initiatives to enhance qualitativesporting performance were introduced forgreater administrative efficiency, sectorialcapacity building, job creation through sportsand early talent detection.New Vision for SportsPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 43. 43FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Management & Administration• Enhance the efficiency of sportsfederations.• Create a high performance directorate.• Improve coaching capacities.Retreat ConclusionsPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 44. 44FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Funding• Improve corporate sports sponsorship.• Mobilise lottery funding for sports.• Consider special taxes to fund sports.• Increase and sustain government fundingfor sports.Retreat ConclusionsPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 45. 45FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Policy & LegislationEnact the National Sports Commission Billto allow for the professionalisation ofsports management and administration inNigeria.Retreat ConclusionsPresidential Retreat on Sports
  • 46. 46FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 5Post-Retreat Actions
  • 47. 47FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Management & Administration• Code of Governance and ElectionGuidelines for National SportsFederations• Traffic Light Funding System for SportingActivities• High Performance DirectoratePost-Retreat Actions
  • 48. 48FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Code of Governance and ElectionGuidelines for National SportsFederationsThe NSC has developed a code ofgovernance for national sportsfederations and election guidelines intotheir boards to take effect from theelections coming up in May 2013.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 49. 49FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Code of Governance and ElectionGuidelines for National SportsFederationsThe Code is focused on entrenching theprinciples of Transparency, Efficiencyand Accountability across theFederations while providing aframework that maintains an ethicalculture through a committed self-regulatory approach.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 50. 50FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Traffic Light Funding : A Paradigm ShiftWe have established a “Traffic Light”funding strategy to guide thedisbursement of funds across the varioussports and to shift focus from fundingsporting federations to funding sportingactivities.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 51. 51FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Management & AdministrationObjectives:• Efficient & Creative Application ofResources• Performance-driven Funding• Competitive disbursement of FundsPost-Retreat Actions
  • 52. 52FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)RED funds are dedicated to promotingsporting activities at the grassrootslevel and to stimulate massparticipation in sports, especiallyamong school age children throughfacilitation of sports clubs.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 53. 53FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)AMBER funds are available to supportelite athlete development through theFederations of Olympic sports.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 54. 54FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)GREEN funds are dedicated to highperformance sports development forindividual athletes, coaches, andmanagers.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 55. 55FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)High Performance Sports DirectorateWe are creating the Nigeria HighPerformance Sports Directorate (HPSD)that will develop and manage eliteathletes’ programme for Nigeria’sparticipation in internationalcompetitions especially the Olympicsand Paralympics.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 56. 56FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Excludes FootballManagement & AdministrationPost-Retreat ActionsStructure of HPSD
  • 57. 57FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)High Performance Sports DirectorateWe have designed the framework forthe HPSD and commenced the processof engaging world-class experts to fillthe positions as part of ongoinginitiatives with the office of the CME.Management & AdministrationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 58. 58FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The overarching objective for ourfunding strategy is to develop asustainable and long-term financingstrategy for sports in Nigeria.FundingPost-Retreat Actions
  • 59. 59FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Working with the office of the CME and the GTBank, we aredeveloping a framework for sustainable private-sector-drivenSports Development Fund that explores opportunities in lotteryand additional tax on some luxury goods such as tobacco andalcohol.FundingPost-Retreat Actions
  • 60. 60FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)• Reform of the National SportsFestival• The National Youth U-17 Games• Accelerated hearing of the NSC billat the National AssemblyPolicy & LegislationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 61. 61FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Reform of the National SportsFestivalThe National Sports Festival beganin 1973 as part of the process ofstrengthening national unity afterthe civil war.It was meant to be the biggestsporting event in Nigeria as well as aplatform for talent identification.Policy & LegislationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 62. 62FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Reform of the National SportsFestivalHowever, the NSF no longer meetsour sports development goals.• The NSF is no longer relevant as atalent identification platform.• It has lost its glamour andtherefore, sponsorship attraction.• It does not accommodate ourhuge reserve of diaspora talents.Policy & LegislationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 63. 63FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Reform of the National SportsFestivalThe National Sports Festival hastherefore been restructured into anOpen festival.Nigerian elite athletes all over theworld will now be eligible toparticipate, therefore making theNSF, the Nigerian Olympics.Policy & LegislationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 64. 64FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The National Youth U-17 GamesWith the restructuring of the NSF intoan Open competition, it becomesimperative o create another platformfor talent discovery.Therefore, we have created a NationalYouth U-17 Games for early discoveryof budding sporting talents. Themaiden edition of the Games debutsin 2013.Policy & LegislationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 65. 65FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Accelerated hearing of the NSC billat the National AssemblyWorking with the HouseCommittee on Sports, the Billestablishing the National SportsCommission has passed throughsecond reading at the House ofRepresentatives.Policy & LegislationPost-Retreat Actions
  • 66. 66FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 6Grassroots Sports Development
  • 67. 67FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)From Playground to PodiumThe new vision for grassrootssports development is focusedon the early commencement anddiscovery of talents in order toproduce future high performancetalent. The average age ofcommencement is capturedbetween age 8 and 12.Grassroots Sports DevelopmentNew Vision for Grassroots Sports
  • 68. 68FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Grassroots Sports DevelopmentThe Nigeria Academicals SportsCommittee (NASCOM) is the flagshipvehicle of the National SportsCommission (NSC) for grassrootssports development.The Board of NASCOM is comprised ofthe Nigeria School Sports Federation(NSSF), Youth Sports Federation ofNigeria (YSFON), the Federal Ministryof Education, the NSC and the privatesector.Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee(NASCOM)
  • 69. 69FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)1. To revive school sports.2. To enhance talent identification.3. To develop a sustainable programmingstructure for community and schoolsports.4. To establish an effective private sectorparticipation.5. To collaborate and partner with keystakeholders.A new Board of the Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee(NASCOM) was constituted on 2nd November, 2012 with 5 keymandates:Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee(NASCOM)Grassroots Sports Development
  • 70. 70FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Grassroots Sports Development
  • 71. 71FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Grassroots Sports Development
  • 72. 72FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)NASCOM designed the Rhythm N’Play brand to drive and revolutionizegrassroots sports in Nigeria.Rhythm N’ Play is an exciting youth-friendly campaign aimed atenhancing mass youth participationin sporting activities andcompetitions.Rhythm N’ PlayGrassroots Sports Development
  • 73. 73FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Rhythm N’ Play has been designedwith particular attention on the use ofmusic, creativity, celebrities,volunteers, new media and otherelements of pop culture to amplifyand realize its objectives.The campaign was launched by Mr.President on June 6, 2013.Rhythm N’ PlayGrassroots Sports Development
  • 74. 74FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Grassroots Sports Development
  • 75. 75FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Rhythm N ’ Play Campaignfocuses on six (6) sport categories;Football, Athletics, Martial Arts,Racket Sports, Ball Games andCalisthenics.Rhythm N’ PlayGrassroots Sports Development
  • 76. 76FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Six championships have been createdfor each of the focus sports. Thesechampionships have been designed asyouth friendly brands to attractprivate sector sponsorship. Already,DSTV has adopted Super SmashNigeria School Cup - the Racket Sportsbrand of Rhythm N’ Play.Rhythm N’ PlayGrassroots Sports Development
  • 77. 77FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Grassroots Sports DevelopmentRhythm N’ PlayFootball
  • 78. 78FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Rhythm N’ PlayAthleticsGrassroots Sports Development
  • 79. 79FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Grassroots Sports DevelopmentRhythm N’ PlayRacket Sports
  • 80. 80FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Rhythm N’ PlayBall GamesGrassroots Sports Development
  • 81. 81FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Rhythm N’ PlayMartial ArtsGrassroots Sports Development
  • 82. 82FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Rhythm N’ PlayCalisthenicsGrassroots Sports Development
  • 83. 83FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)In collaboration with the FederalMinistry of Education and otherstakeholders, we are introducing anew culture of “clubbing” byfacilitating Rhythm N’ Play SportsClubs in schools.Rhythm N’ Play School ClubsGrassroots Sports Development
  • 84. 84FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Rhythm N’ Play School SportsClubs will deliver:•Training to Games Masters.•Basic sports equipment directly toschools.•Promote Inter-School Clubcompetitions.Rhythm N’ Play School ClubsGrassroots Sports Development
  • 85. 85FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 7Football
  • 86. 86FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The NFF has the overallresponsibility for football in Nigeria.Although it’s a parastatal of theNSC, it operates largely within thecode of the Federation ofInternational Football Associations(FIFA).Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)Football
  • 87. 87FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Over the years, the NFF had beenbedeviled by internal wranglingresulting in an avalanche oflitigations and court cases.The lingering crises had resulted inthe series of poor performance ofour national football teams in thepast few years.Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)Football
  • 88. 88FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)FootballThe climax was our failure to qualifyfor the AFCON 2011 for the firsttime in twenty-five (25) years.
  • 89. 89FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)In the heat of these crises, a visit toFIFA President, Sepp Blatter by theMinister of Sports, sought toreassure the world footballgoverning body that Nigeria wascommitted to a peaceful resolutionof its internal football crises.Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)Football
  • 90. 90FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)After a series of parleys,consultations and interventionsinitiated by the NSC, with theactive support of the SGF, peacewas restored to Nigerian football.All the court cases have beenwithdrawn and all aggrievedparties have committed to workingtogether as a family.Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)Football
  • 91. 91FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Since the resolution of all theseinternal crises in the NFF, theSuper Eagles of Nigeria have notlost a single match till date.Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)Football
  • 92. 92FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The ensuing peace process createdan environment that nurtured oursuccess at the AFCON 2013 amongother championships where weexcelled in football.Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)Football
  • 93. 93FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Nigeria League started in 1972with six (6) teams.Currently, there are twenty (20) clubsparticipating in the league. Eighteen(18) out of these twenty (20) clubs arestate-owned.The Nigeria Premier LeagueFootball
  • 94. 94FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The biggest challenge to the NigeriaPremier League is the EnglishPremier League that has become oneof the biggest brands on earth,capturing the imagination ofNigerians.This huge challenge, presses theNigeria Premier League to step up itsgame if it must survive.The Nigeria Premier LeagueFootball
  • 95. 95FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Challenges• Bad Governance• Sponsorship Crisis• Poor Player Welfare• Legal TussleThe Nigeria Premier LeagueFootball
  • 96. 96FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The climax was a judgment by anAbuja Federal High Court which on20th January, 2012 declared asillegal, the Nigeria Football LeagueLtd (NFL), the company set up tomanage the football league.The Nigeria Premier LeagueFootball
  • 97. 97FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)At its congress in December 2012,the Board of the NFF ratified thedissolution of the NPL Board andset up a League ManagementCommittee made up of experiencefootball administrators from theprivate sector.The Nigeria Premier LeagueFootball
  • 98. 98FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The League Management CommitteeFootballThe Committee is charged with theresponsibilities to:• Set up an efficient structure forrunning the League starting fromthe 2012/2013 season.• Review all contractual obligationsof the NPL, including TV andsponsorship rights.• Develop new standards for playerscontracts and welfare amongstother things.
  • 99. 99FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)A New League Management CompanyFootballTo make a break from the the past, anew company named the LeagueManagement Company Limited(LMC) RC 1100541 was incorporatedon 6th March 2013 to manage theleague under license from the NFFfor an initial period of 99 years.
  • 100. 100FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)A New League Management CompanyFootballThe Nigeria Football Federation andthe Premier League Clubs are theshareholders of this company.In time, the general public would beable to buy shares in the company.
  • 101. 101FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)A New League Management CompanyFootballThe 2012/2013 league season hascommenced and the sponsorshipissue resolved with the release ofN550 million title rights fees byGlobacom.The LMC has also announced aminimum wage of N150,000 forplayers in the League.
  • 102. 102FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)These initiatives have triggeredinterest in the Nigerian League byglobal sports businesses such asSuperSport and IMG as well asinvestors from Argentina.A New League Management CompanyFootball
  • 103. 103FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The English Premier League employsdirectly and indirectly about half amillion people in England alone inaddition to offshore employmentgenerated across the world.Why the League is ImportantFootball
  • 104. 104FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)FootballThe Nigeria Premier League is a hugeemployment window with potential toemploy up 5,000 people on match daysalone through:• Ticketing• Security• Merchandising• Transportation• Accommodation• Media/Publicity• Food & DrinksWhy the League is Important
  • 105. 105FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 8Reforming the National Institute for Sport (NIS)
  • 106. 106FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The National Institute for Sport (NIS)was set up in 1972 to drivemanpower development in sports.While it has remained focused onthis mandate over the years, the NISneeds to be repositioned to drivethe development of sports scienceand high performance sports inNigeria.National Institute for Sport (NIS)Reforming the NIS
  • 107. 107FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)In 2012, we set up a Visitation Panelto review the programmes of theNIS and develop a framework for itsreform in line with global standards.We are also developing partnershipwith the University of Pretoria,South Africa and the EnglishInstitute of Sports (EIS).National Institute for Sport (NIS)Reforming the NIS
  • 108. 108FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 9Facility Development & Management
  • 109. 109FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)For the year under review, the Commission committed toundertake the following major capital projects:- Construction of Zonal Offices- Construction of ANOCA Office, Abuja- Constituency Projects- National Stadia FacilitiesNational Sports Commission ProjectsFacility Development & Management
  • 110. 110FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The contract for the construction of the zonal offices of theCommission in each of the six (6) geo-political zones was awardedin October 2010.Construction of Zonal OfficesFacility Development & Management
  • 111. 111FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Construction of Zonal Offices (Appropriation)Facility Development & ManagementS/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION TOTAL CONTRACT SUM YEAR OF AWARD1 Construction of six (6)zonal offices.N210,241,950.88 20102010 2011 2012 2013N324,000,000.00 N50,014,161.00 NIL N150,000,000.00
  • 112. 112FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Construction of Zonal Offices (Amount Released)Facility Development & Management2010 2011 2012 2013 COMPLETIONN31,564,476.80 N28,508,071.77 NIL NIL 26%TOTAL AMOUNT RELEASED TILL DATEN60,072,548.57
  • 113. 113FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The contract for the construction of Association of NationalOlympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) office in Abuja wasawarded in May 2009.Construction of ANOCA OfficeFacility Development & Management
  • 114. 114FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Construction of ANOCA Office (Appropriation)Facility Development & ManagementS/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION TOTAL CONTRACT SUM YEAR OF AWARD1 Construction of ANOCAofficeN98,296,652.63 (Original)N232,294,357.31 (Revised)20092013S/NO 2009 2010 2011 2012 20131 N100,000,000 NIL N54,014,161.00 NIL N100,000,000.00
  • 115. 115FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Construction of ANOCA Office (Amount Released)Facility Development & ManagementTOTAL AMOUNT RELEASED TILL DATEN90,000,000S/NO 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 COMPLETION1 N90,000,000 NIL NIL NIL NIL 54%
  • 116. 116FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)There are currently 59 ongoing constituency projects comprising14 Grand Stands, 44 Mini Sports Centers and 1 Center ofExcellence across the country.Constituency ProjectsFacility Development & Management
  • 117. 117FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Constituency Projects (Appropriation)Facility Development & ManagementS/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION TOTAL CONTRACT SUM YEAR OF AWARD1 44 Mini Sport Centres N1,847,632,608.03 20102 14 Grand Stands N2,382,047,684.55 20103 1 Center of Excellence N198,901,347.36 2010S/NO 2010 2011 2012 20131 N1,088,834,454.00 N123,963,989.00 N268,106,279.00 NIL2 N2,665,000,000.00 N80,642,659.00 N181,425,302.00 NIL3 N277,000.000.00 N27,007,080.00 N100,000,000.00 NIL
  • 118. 118FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Constituency Projects (Amount Released)Facility Development & ManagementS/NO 2010 2011 2012 2013 COMPLETION1 N106,246,307.93 N70,659,473.73 N148,235,961.65 NIL 26%2 N157,171,687.00 N45,966,315.63 N100,310,049.47 NIL 42%3 N29,835,203.00 N15,394,035.60 N55,290,000.00 NIL 100%TOTAL AMOUNT RELEASED TILL DATEN729,109,034.01S/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION1 44 Mini Sport Centres2 14 Grand Stands3 1 Center of Excellence
  • 119. 119FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The Commission has five (5)national stadia in Abuja, Lagos,Bauchi, Kaduna and Ibadan.The Commission has transferredownership of the Enugu nationalstadium to the Enugu StateGovernment. Similarly, BauchiState has applied requesting totake ownership of the nationalstadium in Bauchi.National Stadia FacilitiesFacility Development & Management
  • 120. 120FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Currently, the Lagos and Abujanational stadia are our main focus.We have moved the headquartersof the Commission to the nationalstadium Abuja as part of ourefforts to keep the facilityconstantly maintained and in use.National Stadia FacilitiesFacility Development & Management
  • 121. 121FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Meanwhile, comprehensiverehabilitation of the main pitch ofthe national stadium Abuja hasbegun.The scope of work includes: removaland replacement of the topsoil,planting the approved specie ofgrass, maintenance of the pitch,watering and trimming of the grass.National Stadia FacilitiesFacility Development & Management
  • 122. 122FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Our long term plan for both Abujaand Lagos is to concession thestadia to private managers therebyrelieving Government of theresponsibility for maintenance andto also generate revenue.National Stadia FacilitiesFacility Development & Management
  • 123. 123FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Mr. President has set up a Task Teamof the National Sports Commission,office of the CME and the Ministry ofFCT to work out a sustainable long-term management plan for thesestadia.The ICRC is currently developing theplans towards concessioning of thetwo facilities.National Stadia FacilitiesFacility Development & Management
  • 124. 124FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 10Public Private Partnership
  • 125. 125FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The NSC has also exploredopportunities in private sectorprovision of sporting facilities.We are about to sign an MoU with aprivate property developer on aBuild Own and Operate (BOO) basiswith the NSC committing to use thefacility for national sports events fora number of years.Public Private Partnership
  • 126. 126FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Public Private Partnership
  • 127. 127FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Public Private Partnership
  • 128. 128FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Public Private Partnership
  • 129. 129FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Public Private Partnership
  • 130. 130FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Public Private Partnership
  • 131. 131FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 11Partnerships & Collaboration
  • 132. 132FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Nigeria hosted the Ministers of Sportsin the West Africa Sub-Region whichcomprises zones 2 and 3 of SCSA.The meeting provided an advocacyplatform to forge a common front onthe dissolution/restructuring of theSCSA.Partnerships & CollaborationSupreme Council for Sports in Africa (SCSA)
  • 133. 133FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Inter-Governmental Committee for PhysicalEducation & Sports (CIGEPS)Nigeria hosted a CIGEPS meeting todiscuss the preliminary draft by theProgramme committee of MINEPS V forsubmission to the extra-ordinarysession of CIGEPS in Baku, Azerbaijan.The meeting considered tworesearches sponsored by the FederalMinistry of Education.Partnerships & Collaboration
  • 134. 134FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 12Challenges
  • 135. 135FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Challenges• Very limited collaboration with the Education sector.• Non-passage of the NSC Bill which is still pending at theNational Assembly.• Low level of scientific development of sports.• Politicisation of sporting facilities.• Low private sector interest in funding sports.
  • 136. 136FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Section 13Conclusion
  • 137. 137FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Nigeria has been and will continueto be recognised as a great sportingnation because of our achievementsover the years.ConclusionConclusion
  • 138. 138FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)The essence of the TransformationAgenda for Sports is to developsystems and processes that will turnour achievements in sports over theyears into a national culture ofexcellence in line with Mr.President’s vision of making Nigeriaone of the greatest sporting nationson earth.ConclusionConclusion
  • 139. 139FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

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