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Presentation by the minister of sports Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi

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  • 1. 1FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Sports and theTransformation AgendaMallam Bolaji AbdullahiHonorable Minister/Chairman,National Sports Commission (NSC)
  • 2. 2FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)• To establish a technically efficient institution for sportsdevelopment and participation.• To develop the sports sector to world class standards.• To provide continuous improvement of quality of lifefor the entire citizenry through sports.Mandate
  • 3. 3FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have Done(SECTOR DEVELOPMENT)
  • 4. 4FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)NATIONAL SPORTS POLICY• Development of a well articulated and approvedNational Sports Policy to guide the management,administration and development of sports in Nigeria in2009.What We Have Done
  • 5. 5FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneFACILITY IMPROVEMENT• Professionalization of the National Sports Commission(NSC) for effective service delivery;• Construction of 43 Mini Sports Centers; 17 completedand 26 are on-going (distributed in Local Governmentareas to facilitate talent hunt).
  • 6. 6FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneS/N Centres1. Kudan, Kudan LGA, Kaduna State2. Ogbomosho, Oyo State3. Kumo, Kumo LGA, Gombe State4. Wudil, Wudil LGA, Kano State5. Rijau, Rijau LGA, Niger State6. Nguru, Nguru LGA, Imo State7. Nafada, Nafada LGA, Gombe State8. Bida, Bida LGA, Niger State9. Nsulu, Nsulu LGA, Abia StateCOMPLETED MINI SPORTS CENTRES
  • 7. 7FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneSPORTS MEDICINE• The Commission established a Sports Medicine Centre atthe former LOC Building located at Package B of theNational Stadium Complex, Abuja.• Conducted pre-Games medical assessment on allNational Athletes that competed for Nigeria during thelast All Africa Games.
  • 8. 8FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneSPORTS MEDICINE• The National Sports Commission also established aNational Anti-doping Committee to run a credibleNational Anti-doping program. The World Anti-DopingAgency (WADA) has categorised Nigeria as being Anti-Doping code compliant.
  • 9. 9FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have Done• A very successful programme held inLagos, 2012, and Imo in April 2012 inwhich over 1000 kids participated ineach of the programme.LET’S PLAY PROGRAMME
  • 10. 10FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneFACILITY MANAGEMENT• Efforts are on going to achieve a successful PPP withrespect to the sports facilities under our purview, wehave engaged the ICRC and BPE for this programme.• Partnership understanding on facility development hasbeen reached between us, Bauchi and Gombe StateGovernments respectively.
  • 11. 11FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have Done(ATTAINING WORLD CLASS STANDARDS)
  • 12. 12FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneINTERNATIONAL PARTICIPATIONS/NO GAME GOLD SILVER BRONZE1. Badminton 2011 , Kenya International 62. Badminton 2011 Botswana International 1 2 13. 2011 Afro Basketball Men’s Championship 14. 2011 All Africa Games (Men) 15. 2011 All Africa Games (Women) 16. 2011 Afro Basketball Women Championship 1
  • 13. 13FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneNATIONAL SPORTS FESTIVAL• Online processing of accreditation for all participants.At the end of the exercise, a total of 15,430 athletesand officials were accredited without hitch for the 17thEdition of the National sports Festival, hosted byRivers State.• Standardised bidding process for the award of theNational Sports Festival hosting rights.
  • 14. 14FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneNATIONAL SPORTS FESTIVAL• Lagos State will host the 2012 Edition of the Festival.• The hosting rights for the 2014 edition of the NSF waswon by Cross River State.• The bid process for the hosting rights of the 2016Festival has commenced and would be concluded onthe 26th of October, 2012.
  • 15. 15FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneIMPROVED ATHLETES’ PERFORMANCE• Nigeria Basket Ball, female and male teams ranked 20thand 21st respectively in the world.• The female 4 x 100m and 4 x 400 relay teams ranked 5thand 6th in the world respectively.
  • 16. 16FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneIMPROVED ATHLETES’ PERFORMANCE• As at 11th May, 2012, at the Samsung Diamond Leagueheld in Doha, Qatar, Blessing Okagbare is rated the 5thfastest woman (100m) in the world (IAAF Ranking).
  • 17. 17FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneALL AFRICA GAMES• At the 2011 All Africa Games in Maputo, Nigeria placed3rd on the overall medal table with 29 Gold, 29 Silver and42 Bronze medals.
  • 18. 18FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneALL AFRICA GAMES• The highpoint of Nigeria’s performance at the Gameswere in Athletics, Badminton, Table Tennis and Tennis.S/NO GAME GOLD SILVER BRONZE1. Athletics 100m (Female) 1 1 12. Badminton Female Singles Finals 1 13. Basketball (Male) 14. Table Tennis (Female Singles) 1 15. Table Tennis (Female Doubles) 1 16. Table Tennis (Mixed Doubles) 1 17. Tennis (Male Doubles) 1 1
  • 19. 19FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have Done2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC GAMES• Nigeria will be participating in seven (7) and three (3)sports at the Olympics and Paralympics Gamesrespectively.• The sports include: Athletics, Canoeing, Table Tennis,Taekwondo, Wrestling, Weightlifting Boxing, Para-Athletics, Para-Table Tennis and Powerlifting.
  • 20. 20FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have Done2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC GAMES• A total of 42 and 28 athletes have so far qualified for theOlympic and Paralympic Games respectively.
  • 21. 21FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneQUALIFIED ATHLETES FOR THE 2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPICGAMESSN SPORTS M F TOTAL1. Athletics 13 13 262. Boxing 2 1 33. Canoeing 1 14. Table tennis 2 2 45. Taekwondo 2 26. Weightlifting 1 1 27. Wrestling 2 2 48 Para Athletics 5 4 99. Para Table tennis 3 310. Para Powerlifting 8 8 16
  • 22. 22FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneCAMPING FOR 2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC GAMES• The National Sports Commission has established four (4)off-shore camps in South Korea, Germany, Surrey andAtlanta.• The South Korean Camp will service all the Paralympicsports and Taekwondo.
  • 23. 23FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneCAMPING FOR 2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC GAMES• Meanwhile, Taekwondo has been in camp in Seoul sinceApril and are engaged in training tour of Taiwan andBelgium.• Track and Field camp in Atlanta opened 3rd March, 2012and have competed in international competitions inMount Sac, Pennsylvania and Atlanta.
  • 24. 24FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneCAMPING FOR 2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC GAMES• Following the completion of the Qualifiers, Wrestling,Boxing and Weightlifting are presently camping inYenagoa, Benin and Owerri. Thereafter, the teams shallleave for Germany on the 31st of May, 2012 for intensiveoff-shore training.
  • 25. 25FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneCAMPING FOR 2012 OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC GAMES• The Pre-Games training camp in Surrey shall serve as acollection point for all Team Nigeria Athletes andTechnical Officials from 3rd – 18th of July, 2012.• The Paralympians shall move into the surrey camp on the18th of August, 2012.
  • 26. 26FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneNATIONAL SPORTS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM• The process of establishing a National SportsManagement Information System at Federal, State, Localgovernment and School sports levels began in 2011. Thisis to be achieved through the development of a NationalSports people data based Web Portal, which at themoment, is in progress.
  • 27. 27FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneESTABLISHMENT OF PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE OF NIGERIA• In accordance with the requirements of the InternationalParalympic Committee coupled with the successes ofNigeria’s Paralympic athletes in Internationalcompetitions, the National Sports Commissionestablished the Paralympic Committee of Nigeria (PCN)which enjoys the same status as the Nigeria OlympicCommittee (NOC).
  • 28. 28FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneESTABLISHMENT OF PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE OF NIGERIA• The PCN co-ordinates the activities of the eight (8)Paralympic Sports Federations.
  • 29. 29FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneRESTORATION OF PEACE IN THE NFA• As a result of the several parleys, consultations andinterventions initiated by the NSC, peace was achieved inNigerian football.• The major parties involved in the crises agreed towithdraw the numerous cases in court. These cases haddragged on for many years and contributed to the poorperformance of national teams.
  • 30. 30FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)RESTORATION OF PEACE TO THE NFADr. Sam Jaja; DG NSC, Sir Patrick Ikeji and Honorable Minister of Sports,Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi shortly after the truce.
  • 31. 31FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneRESTORATION OF PEACE IN THE NFA• The litigants also agreed to work together for theprogress and development of the game.• Efforts are at an advanced stage to resolve the disputesover sponsorship rights of the Nigerian Premier League.
  • 32. 32FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneVISIT TO FIFA• At a meeting with FIFA’s President Sepp Blatter and othertop executives in Zurich, Switzerland, the world footballgoverning body pledged to collaborate with Nigeria forthe development of our football.• FIFA praised Nigerian Government for its financialcontributions to NFA and recalled with gratitude the roleNigeria has played in hosting FIFA age-gradecompetitions in the past.
  • 33. 33FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Honorable Minister of Sports, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, with FIFA President,Sepp Blatter in Zurich, Switzerland
  • 34. 34FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)What We Have DoneATHLETES’ WELFARE• The Sports Commission accords high premium to athleteswelfare. Bonuses are paid promptly. All other incidentalssuch as insurance to assure confidence in the athletes,have been instituted and meticulously implemented.• Consequently athletes and officials have demonstratedcommendable patriotic zeal at representing the countryeven where their entitlements are late in coming.
  • 35. 35FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)CHALLENGES
  • 36. 36FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Challenges• Inadequate funding and sponsorship (public andprivate).• Lack of suitable operative environment.
  • 37. 37FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)LOOKING AHEAD
  • 38. 38FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Looking Ahead1. Reposition the National Sports Institute (NIS) as acenter of excellence in sports development.1. Reposition the Nigerian Premier League (NPL).1. Increase private sector participation.1. Concessioning of sports facilities.1. Grow sports for the disabled.
  • 39. 39FEDERAL MINISTRY OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENTNATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)Thank You!

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