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Sports In the Transformation Agenda: Performance & Challenges Presented at the 2013 Ministerial Platform By

Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi Honorable Minister/Chairman National Sports Commission (NSC) June, 2013 NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Sections 1

Background

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Structure

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Key Performance Indicators

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Sporting Activities

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

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Post-Retreat Actions

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Grassroots Sports Development

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Football

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Reform of the NIS

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Facility Development & Management

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Public Private Partnership

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Partnerships & Collaboration

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Challenges

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Conclusion

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Framework This presentation will focus on the following thematic areas: •

The general context for sport administration in Nigeria.

Mandates and key performance Indicators of the NSC and its parastatals.

Revenue and expenditure profile for 2012.

Key achievements and activities of the NSC and its parastatals.

Major challenges and limitations of the NSC and;

Prospects and strategies for the future.

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Background The

National

Sports

Commission

started as National Sports Council in 1962, with a statutory responsibility to administer, regulate and coordinate

sports development in Nigeria.

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Mandate • To establish a technically efficient institution for sports development and participation. • To develop the sports sector to world class standard. • To provide continuous improvement of quality of life for the entire citizenry through sports.

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Section 1

Structure Honourable Minister/ Chairman

Director-General

Federation & Elite Athletes Department

Grassroots Sports Development Department

Sports Medicine Department

Facilities & Stadia Management Department

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Units Legal Internal Audit Information & Protocol ICT Reforms

Sports Planning, Research & Documentation Department

Human Resources, Management & Finance

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Structure

Departments The National Sports Commission is organised around six (6) departments, six (6) units, and twelve (12) zonal offices spread across the nation. The Departments include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Structure

Zones

S/NO

Zone

Location Headquarters

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South West I

Ibadan, Headquarters

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South West II

Akure, Headquarters

3

South South I

Benin, Headquarters

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South South II

Port-Harcourt, Headquarters

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South East I

Enugu, Headquarters

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South East II

Nguru, Headquarters

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North Central I

Jos, Headquarters

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North Central II

Minna, Headquarters

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North West I

Kaduna, Headquarters

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North West II

Sokoto, Headquarters

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North East I

Bauchi, Headquarters

12

North East II

Damaturu, Headquarters

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Structure

Parastatals The National Institute for Sport (NIS) The National Institute for Sport (NIS) was established in 1972 with the mandate to drive manpower development in sports. The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)

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Section 2

Key Performance Indicators

NATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION

Improving the quality of life of the citizenry.

Developing the sports sector to a world class level.

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Regulating and administering sports.

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Key Performance Evaluation

Improving the Quality of Life of the Entire Citizenry The key performance evaluation for improving the quality of life of Nigerians reflected

through in

the

sports

is

number

of

Nigerians that participate in sports

for recreation.

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Key Performance Evaluation

Developing the Sports Sector to a World Class Level The key performance evaluation for the development of the sports sector in adherence to world class standards is reflected in Nigeria’s performance

in

international

competitions.

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Key Performance Evaluation

Providing Regulation and Administration for Sports The key performance evaluation for providing

regulation

and

administration for sport is reflected in the strengthening of sports through key policy actions initiated

and implemented.

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Section 3

Sporting Activities

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Sporting Activities

Senior African Athletics Championship At the 2012 Senior Africa Athletics Championship in Port Novo, Nigeria emerged Overall Winner after 14 years with: 10 Gold 6 Silver 5 Bronze

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Sporting Activities

London 2012 Olympics TEAM NIGERIA got to 6 finals and 8 semifinals of athletics events with many of the athletes competing for the first time.

One of our female athletes ran a personal best of 10.92 in 100 meters. No Nigerian female athlete has ever done this in the history of the Olympics.

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Sporting Activities

London 2012 Olympics TEAM

NIGERIA

female

boxer,

defeated the world Number 2 and got to the quarter-finals, losing out to the world’s Number 1. She also

made history as the first Nigerian female to fight at the Olympic.

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Sporting Activities

London 2012 Olympics TEAM NIGERIA male Basketball team, D’Tigers for the first time in our nation ’ s sporting history, qualified to represent Nigeria at the London 2012 Olympics, beating the African Champions, Tunisia in the

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Sporting Activities

London 2012 Olympics Nigeria

participated

in

the

Canoeing (Slalom) for the first time at the London 2012 Olympics.

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Sporting Activities

London 2012 Paralympics At the London 2012 Paralympic Games, Nigeria put up a stellar performance clinching:

6 Gold 5 Silver

1 Bronze

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Sporting Activities

London 2012 Paralympics At the 2012 Paralympic Games, Nigeria set three world records in power-lifting posting our second best performance ever in the history of the Paralympic games.

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Sporting Activities

18th National Sports Festival In 2012, the 18th National Sports Festival, EKO 2012, held in Lagos State. We recorded the highest number of participants ever in the history of the Festival. 11,045 athletes and officials from all 36 states and the FCT participated. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Sporting Activities

World Chess Olympiad Nigeria won a Gold and Silver medal at the 2012 World Chess Olympiad in Turkey.

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Sporting Activities

Senior African Wrestling Championship Nigeria emerged 3rd at the 2012 Senior

African

Wrestling

Championship, Morocco.

NATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION (NSC)

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Sporting Activities

Senior African Weightlifting Championship Nigeria was Overall Winner at the 2012 Senior Africa Weightlifting Championships in Kenya.

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Sporting Activities

Women U-20 World Cup, Japan 2012 The Falconets made it to the semi-finals of the Women U-20 World Cup in Japan.

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Sporting Activities

AFCON 2013 Nigerian beat Liberia to qualify in

style for AFCON 2013 after failing to qualify for the previous edition in Gabon/Equitorial Guinea.

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Sporting Activities

AFCON 2013 At the AFCON 2013, the Super Eagles

of

Nigeria

emerged

Champions of Africa after 19 years.

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Sporting Activities

AFCON 2013 In the run-up to AFCON 2013, the presidential support the Super Eagles received was unprecedented. While the Super Eagles were training at the National Stadium Abuja, Mr. President paid a surprise visit to boost the morale of the team.

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Sporting Activities

AFCON 2013 The Super Eagles also received a letter from His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan shortly before they departed for South Africa, encouraging and inspiring the team to victory. In addition to this was a Skype Video Call by Mr. President to the Super Eagles in the middle of the tournament in South Africa. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Sporting Activities

AFCON 2013 The Super Eagles also made history by remaining unbeaten from the first game of the tournament till the finals when they lifted the trophy.

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Sporting Activities

African Football Championships The Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles qualified for the 2013 African

U-17

and

U-20

Championships in Algeria and Morocco respectively.

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Sporting Activities

African Football Championships The Golden Eaglets came second in the African U-17 Football Championship thereby qualifying

for the FIFA 2013 U-17 World Cup for the 10th time.

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Sporting Activities

African Football Championships The Flying Eagles came third in the African

U-20

Football

Championship and qualified for

the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

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Sporting Activities

1st Junior Africa U-17 Athletics Championship In April, 2013 Nigeria hosted and won the first ever Junior Africa U17 Athletics Championship.

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Section 4

Presidential Retreat on Sports: A Watershed

On the heels of the retreat, new strategic management initiatives to enhance qualitative sporting performance were introduced for greater administrative efficiency, sectorial capacity building, job creation through sports and early talent detection.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

A Watershed… “…Our commitment is to become the best sporting nation in Africa; be among the top 4 sporting nations in the Commonwealth and; ultimately rule the world. This vision is not only realistic, it is also achievable with hard work, greater sense of purpose, and dedication.” – President ’ s welcome speech at the Presidential sports sector retreat.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Why the Retreat? The London 2012 Olympics marked the climax of our dwindling fortunes in sports. Although our performance at the London 2012 Paralympics appeared to have compensated for our outing at the Olympics; Mr. President acknowledged the need to immediately reposition the sports sector. Hence, the first ever Presidential Retreat on Sports. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Retreat Participation The Presidential Retreat on Sports was attended by a select number of local and international participants and facilitators. In demonstration of unprecedented commitment, His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, sat through the one-day retreat.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Retreat Objectives The retreat was centered around the following objectives: •To discuss and understand Nigeria’s current sporting landscape. •To identify the priority sports Nigeria should focus on over the short to medium term. •To understand the critical barriers for priority sports to achieve Nigeria’s full potential. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Retreat Objectives • To develop concrete plans for both grassroots and elite sports towards achieving success at international sport events. • To consider financing options that will enable the achievement of those plans.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

New Vision for Sports

On the heels of the retreat, new strategic management initiatives to enhance qualitative sporting performance were introduced for greater administrative efficiency, sectorial capacity building, job creation through sports and early talent detection.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Retreat Conclusions Management & Administration • Enhance the efficiency of sports federations.

• Create a high performance directorate. • Improve coaching capacities.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Retreat Conclusions Funding • Improve corporate sports sponsorship. • Mobilise lottery funding for sports. • Consider special taxes to fund sports. • Increase and sustain government funding for sports.

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Presidential Retreat on Sports

Retreat Conclusions Policy & Legislation Enact the National Sports Commission Bill to allow for the professionalisation of sports management and administration in Nigeria.

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Section 5

Post-Retreat Actions

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration • Code of Governance and Election Guidelines for National Sports Federations • Traffic Light Funding System for Sporting Activities • High Performance Directorate

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration Code of Governance and Election Guidelines for National Sports Federations The NSC has developed a code of governance for national sports federations and election guidelines into their boards to take effect from the elections coming up in May 2013.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration Code of Governance and Election Guidelines for National Sports Federations The Code is focused on entrenching the principles of Transparency, Efficiency and Accountability across the Federations while providing a framework that maintains an ethical culture through a committed selfregulatory approach. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration Traffic Light Funding : A Paradigm Shift

We have established a “ Traffic Light” funding strategy to guide the disbursement of funds across the various sports and to shift focus from funding sporting federations to funding sporting activities.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration Objectives: • Efficient & Creative Application of Resources • Performance-driven Funding • Competitive disbursement of Funds

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration RED funds are dedicated to promoting

sporting activities at the grassroots level

and

to

stimulate

mass

participation in sports, especially among school age children through facilitation of sports clubs.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration

AMBER funds are available to support elite athlete development through the

Federations of Olympic sports.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration

GREEN funds are dedicated to high performance sports development for

individual

athletes,

coaches,

and

managers.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration High Performance Sports Directorate We are creating the Nigeria High Performance Sports Directorate (HPSD) that will develop and manage elite athletes’ programme for Nigeria’s participation in international competitions especially the Olympics and Paralympics.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration Structure of HPSD

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Post-Retreat Actions

Management & Administration High Performance Sports Directorate We have designed the framework for the HPSD and commenced the process of engaging world-class experts to fill the positions as part of ongoing initiatives with the office of the CME.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Funding The overarching objective for our funding strategy is to develop a sustainable and long-term financing strategy for sports in Nigeria.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Funding Working with the office of the CME and the GTBank, we are developing a framework for sustainable private-sector-driven Sports Development Fund that explores opportunities in lottery and additional tax on some luxury goods such as tobacco and alcohol.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Policy & Legislation • Reform of the National Sports Festival • The National Youth U-17 Games

• Accelerated hearing of the NSC bill at the National Assembly

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Post-Retreat Actions

Policy & Legislation Reform of the National Sports Festival The National Sports Festival began in 1973 as part of the process of strengthening national unity after the civil war. It was meant to be the biggest sporting event in Nigeria as well as a platform for talent identification. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Post-Retreat Actions

Policy & Legislation Reform of the National Sports Festival However, the NSF no longer meets our sports development goals.

• The NSF is no longer relevant as a talent identification platform. • It has lost its glamour and therefore, sponsorship attraction. • It does not accommodate our huge reserve of diaspora talents.

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Post-Retreat Actions

Policy & Legislation Reform of the National Sports Festival The National Sports Festival has therefore been restructured into an Open festival. Nigerian elite athletes all over the world will now be eligible to participate, therefore making the NSF, the Nigerian Olympics. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Post-Retreat Actions

Policy & Legislation The National Youth U-17 Games

With the restructuring of the NSF into an Open competition, it becomes imperative o create another platform for talent discovery. Therefore, we have created a National Youth U-17 Games for early discovery of budding sporting talents. The maiden edition of the Games debuts in 2013. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Post-Retreat Actions

Policy & Legislation Accelerated hearing of the NSC bill at the National Assembly Working with the House Committee on Sports, the Bill establishing the National Sports Commission has passed through second reading at the House of Representatives.

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Section 6

Grassroots Sports Development

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Grassroots Sports Development

New Vision for Grassroots Sports From Playground to Podium The new vision for grassroots sports development is focused on the early commencement and discovery of talents in order to produce future high performance talent. The average age of commencement is captured between age 8 and 12.

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Grassroots Sports Development

Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee (NASCOM) The Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee (NASCOM) is the flagship vehicle of the National Sports Commission (NSC) for grassroots sports development. The Board of NASCOM is comprised of the Nigeria School Sports Federation (NSSF), Youth Sports Federation of Nigeria (YSFON), the Federal Ministry of Education, the NSC and the private sector. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Grassroots Sports Development

Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee (NASCOM) A new Board of the Nigeria Academicals Sports Committee (NASCOM) was constituted on 2nd November, 2012 with 5 key mandates: 1. 2. 3.

4.

5.

To revive school sports. To enhance talent identification. To develop a sustainable programming structure for community and school sports. To establish an effective private sector participation. To collaborate and partner with key stakeholders.

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Grassroots Sports Development

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Grassroots Sports Development

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play NASCOM designed the Rhythm N’ Play brand to drive and revolutionize grassroots sports in Nigeria. Rhythm N’ Play is an exciting youthfriendly campaign aimed at enhancing mass youth participation in sporting activities and competitions.

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Rhythm N’ Play has been designed with particular attention on the use of music, creativity, celebrities, volunteers, new media and other elements of pop culture to amplify and realize its objectives. The campaign was launched by Mr. President on June 6, 2013.

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Grassroots Sports Development

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play The Rhythm N ’ Play Campaign focuses on six (6) sport categories; Football, Athletics, Martial Arts, Racket Sports, Ball Games and Calisthenics.

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Six championships have been created for each of the focus sports. These championships have been designed as youth friendly brands to attract private sector sponsorship. Already, DSTV has adopted Super Smash Nigeria School Cup - the Racket Sports brand of Rhythm N’ Play.

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Football

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Athletics

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Racket Sports

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Ball Games

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Martial Arts

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play Calisthenics

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play School Clubs In collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education and other stakeholders, we are introducing a

new culture of “clubbing” by facilitating Rhythm N’ Play Sports Clubs in schools.

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Grassroots Sports Development

Rhythm N’ Play School Clubs The Rhythm N’ Play School Sports Clubs will deliver: •Training to Games Masters. •Basic sports equipment directly to schools. •Promote

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Section 7

Football

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) The

NFF

has

the

overall

responsibility for football in Nigeria. Although it’s a parastatal of the

NSC, it operates largely within the code

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Over the years, the NFF had been bedeviled by internal wrangling resulting in an avalanche of litigations and court cases.

The lingering crises had resulted in the series of poor performance of our national football teams in the past few years.

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) The climax was our failure to qualify for the AFCON 2011 for the first time in twenty-five (25) years.

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) In the heat of these crises, a visit to FIFA President, Sepp Blatter by the Minister of Sports, sought to reassure the world football governing body that Nigeria was committed to a peaceful resolution of its internal football crises.

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) After a series of parleys, consultations and interventions initiated by the NSC, with the active support of the SGF, peace was restored to Nigerian football.

All the court cases have been withdrawn and all aggrieved parties have committed to working together as a family. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Since the resolution of all these

internal crises in the NFF, the Super Eagles of Nigeria have not lost a single match till date.

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Football

Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) The ensuing peace process created an environment that nurtured our success at the AFCON 2013 among other championships where we excelled in football.

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Football

The Nigeria Premier League The Nigeria League started in 1972 with six (6) teams. Currently, there are twenty (20) clubs participating in the league. Eighteen (18) out of these twenty (20) clubs are

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The Nigeria Premier League The biggest challenge to the Nigeria Premier League is the English Premier League that has become one of the biggest brands on earth, capturing the imagination of Nigerians. This huge challenge, presses the Nigeria Premier League to step up its game if it must survive. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Football

The Nigeria Premier League Challenges • Bad Governance • Sponsorship Crisis • Poor Player Welfare • Legal Tussle

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Football

The Nigeria Premier League The climax was a judgment by an

Abuja Federal High Court which on 20th January, 2012 declared as illegal, the Nigeria Football League

Ltd (NFL), the company set up to manage the football league.

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Football

The Nigeria Premier League At its congress in December 2012, the Board of the NFF ratified the dissolution of the NPL Board and

set up a League Management Committee made up of experience football administrators from the

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Football

The League Management Committee The Committee is charged with the responsibilities to: • Set up an efficient structure for running the League starting from the 2012/2013 season. • Review all contractual obligations of the NPL, including TV and sponsorship rights. • Develop new standards for players contracts and welfare amongst other things. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Football

A New League Management Company To make a break from the the past, a new company named the League Management

Company

Limited

(LMC) RC 1100541 was incorporated on 6th March 2013 to manage the league under license from the NFF

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Football

A New League Management Company The Nigeria Football Federation and the Premier League Clubs are the shareholders of this company.

In time, the general public would be able to buy shares in the company.

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A New League Management Company The 2012/2013 league season has commenced and the sponsorship issue resolved with the release of N550 million title rights fees by Globacom. The LMC has also announced a minimum wage of N150,000 for players in the League.

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Football

A New League Management Company These

initiatives

have

triggered

interest in the Nigerian League by global sports businesses such as SuperSport and IMG as well as

investors from Argentina.

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Football

Why the League is Important The English Premier League employs directly and indirectly about half a million people in England alone in

addition to offshore employment generated across the world.

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Section 8

Reforming the National Institute for Sport (NIS)

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Reforming the NIS

National Institute for Sport (NIS) The National Institute for Sport (NIS) was set up in 1972 to drive manpower development in sports. While it has remained focused on this mandate over the years, the NIS needs to be repositioned to drive the development of sports science and high performance sports in Nigeria. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Reforming the NIS

National Institute for Sport (NIS) In 2012, we set up a Visitation Panel to review the programmes of the NIS and develop a framework for its reform in line with global standards. We are also developing partnership with the University of Pretoria, South Africa and the English Institute of Sports (EIS).

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Section 9

Facility Development & Management

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Facility Development & Management

National Sports Commission Projects For the year under review, the Commission committed to undertake

-

the

following

Construction Construction

major

of of

ANOCA

Constituency

capital

Zonal Office,

projects:

Offices Abuja Projects

- National Stadia Facilities

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Facility Development & Management

Construction of Zonal Offices The contract for the construction of the zonal offices of the Commission in each of the six (6) geo-political zones was awarded in October 2010.

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Facility Development & Management

Construction of Zonal Offices (Appropriation) S/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION

TOTAL CONTRACT SUM

YEAR OF AWARD

1

N210,241,950.88

2010

Construction of six (6) zonal offices.

2010

2011

2012

2013

N324,000,000.00

N50,014,161.00

NIL

N150,000,000.00

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Facility Development & Management

Construction of Zonal Offices (Amount Released) 2010

2011

2012

2013

COMPLETION

N31,564,476.80

N28,508,071.77

NIL

NIL

26%

TOTAL AMOUNT RELEASED TILL DATE

N60,072,548.57

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Facility Development & Management

Construction of ANOCA Office The contract for the construction of Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) office in Abuja was awarded in May 2009.

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Facility Development & Management

Construction of ANOCA Office (Appropriation) S/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION

TOTAL CONTRACT SUM

YEAR OF AWARD

1

Construction of ANOCA office

N98,296,652.63 (Original) N232,294,357.31 (Revised)

2009 2013

S/NO

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

1

N100,000,000

NIL

N54,014,161.00

NIL

N100,000,000.00

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Facility Development & Management

Construction of ANOCA Office (Amount Released) S/NO

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

COMPLETION

1

N90,000,000

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

54%

TOTAL AMOUNT RELEASED TILL DATE

N90,000,000

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Facility Development & Management

Constituency Projects There are currently 59 ongoing constituency projects comprising 14 Grand Stands, 44 Mini Sports Centers and 1 Center of Excellence across the country.

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Constituency Projects (Appropriation) S/NO PROJECT DESCRIPTION

TOTAL CONTRACT SUM

YEAR OF AWARD

1

44 Mini Sport Centres

N1,847,632,608.03

2010

2

14 Grand Stands

N2,382,047,684.55

2010

3

1 Center of Excellence

N198,901,347.36

2010

S/NO

2010

2011

2012

2013

1

N1,088,834,454.00

N123,963,989.00

N268,106,279.00

NIL

2

N2,665,000,000.00

N80,642,659.00

N181,425,302.00

NIL

3

N277,000.000.00

N27,007,080.00

N100,000,000.00

NIL

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Facility Development & Management

Constituency Projects (Amount Released) S/NO

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

1

44 Mini Sport Centres

2

14 Grand Stands

3

1 Center of Excellence

S/NO

2010

2011

2012

2013

COMPLETION

1

N106,246,307.93

N70,659,473.73

N148,235,961.65

NIL

26%

2

N157,171,687.00

N45,966,315.63

N100,310,049.47

NIL

42%

3

N29,835,203.00

N15,394,035.60

N55,290,000.00

NIL

100%

TOTAL AMOUNT RELEASED TILL DATE

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Facility Development & Management

National Stadia Facilities The Commission has five (5) national stadia in Abuja, Lagos, Bauchi, Kaduna and Ibadan. The Commission has transferred ownership of the Enugu national stadium to the Enugu State Government. Similarly, Bauchi State has applied requesting to take ownership of the national stadium in Bauchi. NATIONAL FEDERAL MINISTRY SPORTS COMMISSION OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (NSC)

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Facility Development & Management

National Stadia Facilities Currently, the Lagos and Abuja national stadia are our main focus. We have moved the headquarters of the Commission to the national stadium Abuja as part of our efforts to keep the facility constantly maintained and in use.

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Facility Development & Management

National Stadia Facilities Meanwhile, comprehensive rehabilitation of the main pitch of the national stadium Abuja has begun. The scope of work includes: removal and replacement of the topsoil, planting the approved specie of grass, maintenance of the pitch, watering and trimming of the grass.

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Facility Development & Management

National Stadia Facilities Our long term plan for both Abuja and Lagos is to concession the stadia to private managers thereby relieving

Government

of

the

responsibility for maintenance and to also generate revenue.

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Facility Development & Management

National Stadia Facilities Mr. President has set up a Task Team of the National Sports Commission, office of the CME and the Ministry of FCT to work out a sustainable longterm management plan for these stadia. The ICRC is currently developing the plans towards concessioning of the two facilities.

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Section 10

Public Private Partnership

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Public Private Partnership

The NSC has also explored opportunities in private sector provision of sporting facilities. We are about to sign an MoU with a private property developer on a Build Own and Operate (BOO) basis with the NSC committing to use the facility for national sports events for a number of years.

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Public Private Partnership

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Public Private Partnership

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Public Private Partnership

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Public Private Partnership

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Public Private Partnership

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Section 11

Partnerships & Collaboration

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Partnerships & Collaboration

Supreme Council for Sports in Africa (SCSA) Nigeria hosted the Ministers of Sports in the West Africa Sub-Region which comprises zones 2 and 3 of SCSA. The meeting provided an advocacy platform to forge a common front on the dissolution/restructuring of the SCSA.

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Partnerships & Collaboration

Inter-Governmental Committee for Physical Education & Sports (CIGEPS) Nigeria hosted a CIGEPS meeting to discuss the preliminary draft by the Programme committee of MINEPS V for submission to the extra-ordinary session of CIGEPS in Baku, Azerbaijan. The meeting considered two researches sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education.

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Section 12

Challenges

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Challenges • Very limited collaboration with the Education sector. • Non-passage of the NSC Bill which is still pending at the National Assembly.

• Low level of scientific development of sports. • Politicisation of sporting facilities.

• Low private sector interest in funding sports.

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Section 13

Conclusion

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Conclusion

Conclusion Nigeria has been and will continue to be recognised as a great sporting nation because of our achievements over the years.

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Conclusion

Conclusion The essence of the Transformation Agenda for Sports is to develop systems and processes that will turn our achievements in sports over the years into a national culture of excellence in line with Mr. President’s vision of making Nigeria one of the greatest sporting nations on earth.

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#MP2013 Presentation by the Minister of Sports and Chairman, National Sports Commission.  

#MP2013 Presentation by the Minister of Sports and Chairman, National Sports Commission.

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