- Ayomide Bello, who is 17 years, has set a record as she prepares for the 2020 games in Tokyo in Japan
- Bello is on record as the first female canoeist to qualify for the Olympic Games and is getting ready for it
- In the year 2018, she represented Nigeria at the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina
A 17-year-old Nigerian Olympian, Ayomide Bello, has set impressive records ahead of the 2020 games in Tokyo, Japan.
She is reported to be the first female canoeist to qualify for the Olympic Games and is readying herself for gold at the Tokyo games.
Bello shrugged off competition from other African contenders at the C1 200 event at the African qualifiers in Morocco.
In March 2020, she set a record as the first Nigerian to win gold at the Open International Canoe Sprint competition in India.
Before that, she was a participant at the Youth Olympic Games in Argentina in the year 2018.
Okayafrica.com reports that Jonathan Akinyemi is the only Nigerian aside Bello to represent the country at the London Games in 2012 and in Rio in 2016.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has photos of a woman who gave birth to five children after 20 years of marriage.
45-year-old Maame Cynthia gave birth to three boys and two girls. YEN.com.gh is yet to confirm the date of delivery.
The hospital where the miraculous births took place is also yet to be confirmed.
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