Nigeria’s state Commissioner, Igali, elected 1st black United World Wrestling’s Bureau member

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Mr. Daniel Igali, the Commissioner for Youths and Sports Development in Bayelsa State, Nigeria, middle, after his election as one of seven Bureau Member, United World Wrestling (UWW), held in Belgrade, Serbia, on Friday, September 9, 2022.

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By ABIRHIRE THOMAS

The Commissioner for Youths and Sports Development in Bayelsa State, South South Nigeria, Mr. Daniel Igali, has been elected as a Bureau member of the United World Wrestling (UWW).

Igali was among the six persons voted in as bureau members out of 17 contestants, during the UWW Ordinary Congress, which was held in Belgrade, Serbia, on Friday September 9, 2022.

He is now the first ever black person to serve as a bureau member of the United World Wrestling, The DEFENDER can authoritatively report.

The United World Wrestling Bureau is the final decision making body of the international wrestling body.

Mr. Daniel Igali,
the Commissioner for Youths and Sports Development in Bayelsa State, Nigeria, after his election as one of seven Bureau Member, United World Wrestling (UWW), held in Belgrade, Serbia, on Friday, September 9, 2022.


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