Ndidi was considered one of Nigeria’s stars at Rio Paralympic Video games in 2016. Photograph: [email protected] of Champions.
Nigeria’s Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medalist, Ndidi Nwosu, has died after battle with sickness.
Ndidi’s dying was confirmed by a former President of the Nigeria Powerlifting Federation (NPPF), Queen Uboh-Idris.
In keeping with Uboh-Idris, she was known as and knowledgeable of the event which happened on March 1st in Owerri by the husband of the powerlifter, Ikechukwu Nwosu.
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She instructed Brila FM that Ndidi sustained an harm from the 2018 Commonwealth Video games and has had two surgical procedures.
Explaining additional, Uboh added that after the surgical procedures, Ndidi was by no means the identical, saying that that was why she didn’t take part within the final World Cup.
Talking additional, she mentioned the late powerlifter began a enterprise after the surgical procedure however couldn’t handle it effectively resulting from her well being challenges, describing her as humble and easy-going.
In the meantime, the Minister of Youths and Sports activities, Sunday Dare, has mourned the late Ndidi, describing her dying as an excellent loss to the sports activities household.
Mr. Dare in a tweet on his official deal with on Wednesday, mentioned Ndidi represented Nigeria effectively in a number of worldwide competitions and had a wonderful medal report.
“The death of NDIDI NWOSU, a powerlifter who represented her country, Nigeria excellently at different international competitions is painful,” the sports activities minister mentioned.
“A great loss to the sports family. She had an excellent medal record. She will be remembered as a patriot who gave her best to her country.”
The dying of NDIDI NWOSU, a powerlifter who represented her nation, Nigeria excellently at completely different worldwide competitions is painful.An important loss to the sports activities household. She had a wonderful medal report. She can be remembered as a patriot who gave her greatest to her nation
— Sunday Dare (@SundayDareSD) April 1, 2020