The Karate Federation of Nigeria are ready to host the National Senior Open Championship alongside national referees/coaches’ course in Asaba, Delta State from 20th– 24th March, 2016
President of the Karate Federation of Nigeria, Chief Donatus Agu-Ejidike said the championship is very important to both the federation and the athletes, as it would be used to select the karatekas that would represent Nigeria at the forthcoming African championship.
Secretary General Karate Federation of Nigeria, Idaye Anthony Tomo who disclosed this in Lagos, said arrangement towards having a successful coaching course and the national championship has since been concluded.
He urged various states and club sides alike to turn in their athletes’ en mass for this all important championship.
KFN has also informed that transportation, accommodation and feeding of athletes and officials would be the sole responsibility of states/sports councils.
Meanwhile, payment of annual affiliation fees and registration for both the course and championship has been outlined as one of the conditions for participation.
States have therefore been advised to make their registration known to the secretariat of KFN on or before March 20, 2016, which serves as the deadline for registration.