According to her, “the association decided to first equip and train the trainers who will then move into the grassroots level to spread their tentacles for the gospel of their talent hunt developmental programme.â€œOur mission is to groom the coaches through what we call train the trainers and thereafter, the coaches will then move into the grassroots for the talent hunt and catch them young developmental event,” she remarked.Mmaduka promised that the federation will use floorball to create the needed empowerment for Nigerians including the youths of this nation through laudable projects and advice parents to always allow their children to practice the sports which will make them better sportsmen and women tomorrowShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Nigeria Floorball Association (NFA), under the auspices of the International Floorball Federation (IFA), has concluded plans to hold its first programme which is the beginners clinic on November 4 and 5, 2017 at the conference hall of the Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC), in Lagos.President of NFA, Ms Edith Chinenye Mmaduka explained thursday that a total of 100 participants drawn from across the country will pitch up for the two-day exercise which has Mr. Petteri Bergius as the course facilitator.Excited that the course is eventually holding before the end of the year, Mmaduka said that would enable the association to kick start its programme of activities on a full scale.
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