...and it's official, the beautiful city of Rio said goodbye to the biggest sport activity on earth on sunday night 19/9/2016 as Brazil' s disagreement about housing and hosting the Olympics shared cause ended.
The closing ceremony was the final,last lap as good people of Brazil and other Nationality present at the Rio stadium waved farewell to around 15,000 athletes who had invaded on Rio for the Olympics and the paralympic respectively, and millions watched millions watched and stay glue to their TV sets across the whole universe.
The paralympics event lasted for 11 days of hard and intense competition in which our dear country Nigeria compete. Unlike the so-called able-men athletes from the shores of the country who can only manage to get us a golden Bronze medal. The paralympians have distinguished themselves from their counterpart .Not only did they get us 12 medals, these paralympians set new world records which made them the Best-Performing African country at the Rio 2016 games.
These athletes needs to be encourage and appreciate for their Focus, Courage and Never-Say-Die (NSD) altitude they exhibited which brought joy and Glory to the nation.
On a final note before I rest my humble pen,Tokyo2020 is here already please sport ministry and others please let's start preparation as early as possible. I hope and wish to me there in Tokyo to cheer my dear nation up..#GoodbyeRio2016#Olympic#ISupportParalympic#ILoveNigeria#KayodeAdeniranExpression....Ire oooo......
Reminiscing on the opening ceremonies in disbelief that it was 19 days ago. The beautiful people I met have inspired me and left a sense of peace regarding human compassion and connection within me. Thank you Rio de Janeiro for this extraordinary experience. #unityisdiversity#newconnections#goodbyerio2016