Josephine Esuku retained her place as the top national female under-46 kilograms athlete in the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation's (NTF) national rankings.
A major taekwondo event due to be held in Nigeria next month has been postponed until February to allow more athletes the chance to enter the competition, it has been announced.
Nigeria's national junior taekwondo coach Jamilu Mohammed has highlighted the importance of national youth tournaments to discover new athletes.
Thirty-one years after the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) was founded, they have approved their first constitution.
A total of 20 Nigerian taekwondo players have been invited to a training camp as part of preparations for the 2018 African Youth Games in Algiers.
Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) President Margaret Binga received the Best Female Referee award at the Egypt Open.
George Ashiru has claimed he will continue to support the development of taekwondo following his departure from the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF).
The new President of the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF), Margaret Binga, has promised that her focus will be on the athletes.
The inauguration date for the new Nigerian Taekwondo Federation (NTF) Board will take place on July 13, the organisation has confirmed.
Nigeria chooses first female President to lead governing body after controversial taekwondo election
Margaret Binga has become the first President of a Nigerian Federation after being elected in controversial circumstances to lead the country’s taekwondo governing body.
Beijing 2008 Olympic bronze medallist Chika Chukwumerije has called for the creation of a database for all Nigerian taekwondo players prior to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Beijing 2008 Olympic bronze medallist Chika Chukwumerije has been elected as an athlete representative on the board of the Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF).
Nigeria has selected 14 athletes to compete at this year's World Taekwondo Championships in the South Korean city of Muju.
The Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) has honoured Aikpa Aime, the man who introduced the martial art to the African country.
A new competition is due to take place in Nigeria this week to help the country discover fresh taekwondo talent.