The captain of Nigeria rugby team, the Black Stallions, Azeez Ladipo, has reiterated the determination of the players to move away from the ranks of also run in the league of rugby playing nations in Africa.
In a chat with Akeem Buhari, our Sports Journalist, the indefagtible rugby star hinged his belief on the potentials of the average Nigerian athlete, he describes as immensely talented. "Nigeria is potentially a giant in African and world rugby, taking into consideration that we are naturally built for it," Ladipo enthused.
Continuing, Ladipo, who has won over 20 caps for the Black Stallions, stated that having failed to qualify from the African Cup 1c held in Morocco, the team is now poised to improve its rankings, beginning with the African Cup 7s championship slated to hold next month in Kenya.
"This time, we're preparing for the African Cup 7s to be played next month in Kenya, and we hope to do well, "he said.
He went on to admonish well placed individuals and corporate organisations in the country to do more than paying lip service to Nigerian sports. Adding that the game of rugby is second nature to Nigerians in view of our athleticism and physical endowments.
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