Tobi Amusan, who became the first Nigerian to win a World Championship and set a new world record in the semifinals of the athletic competition, is congratulated on her victory for Nigeria in the women’s 100-meter hurdles at the World Athletics Championship 2022 by President Muhammadu Buhari.
A compatriot and two-time African Games champion who stunned the athletics world with her remarkable and exceptional performance in one night is congratulated by the President along with millions of other Nigerians.
The President thanks the track star for bringing back the national song of Nigeria from the international stage, leaving the crowd in awe and with unforgettable memories of tears of happiness and joy, hope and victory, incredulity and belief.
According to President Buhari, the legendary career and accomplishments of the golden girl would continue to motivate upcoming generations of Nigerian athletes to achieve tremendous success.
Ese Brume received a silver medal in the women’s long jump competition, which the president also congratulates her on.
The President commends Team Nigeria for their bravery, integrity, and outstanding sportsmanship on the international arena, showing that success is possible with dedication and effort.
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