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Bekoji Athletics Sport Training Centre inaugurated PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 24 January 2012 09:49

The Bekoji Athletics Sport Training Centre constructed by the Ethiopian Athletics Federation in Bekoji town of Oromia state at a cost of over 1.3 million birr was inaugurated on January 12, 2012. State deputy chief Abdul-Aziz Muhammad said on the occasion that the government is working aggressively for the development of sports. He said the sport projects organized at the national level should give attention to organizing tournaments. Some 40 men and women athletes drawn from the state are receiving training in the center, he said.
(The Ethiopian Herald)


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