By JACOB ONJEWU DICKSON
In its bid to further develop the game in the state, the Kaduna State Volleyball Association (KADSVA) has rolled out a six-day competition, tagged, “Southern Kaduna Talent Hunt”.
According to a statement signed by the media representative on the KADSVA Board, Okpani Jacob Onjewu Dickson, made available to members of the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN), in Kaduna on Friday May 20, this was disclosed by the Secretary of the board, Florence Yori.
It explained that the six-day talent hunt will begin on May 23 and end on 28 of same month.
“This is targeted at discovering and grooming several budding talents that are expected to make the state and nation proud at future outings,” it said.
KADSVA said that the talent hunt which is the first of its kind, will take place at Government Girls Secondary School, Takau, Kafanchan and would run from 8am daily.
The talent hunt was initiated by the Chairman of KADSVA, Engineer Musa Nimrod, who is also the President of the Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF).