KUDOS! Fastest man in Africa joins the Nigerian Navy

Published 7 years ago by: Akeem Jaffe Jaffa
at 08:42 PM, 18/02/2012 (7 years ago)

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   A former Nigerian sprinter, who is the holder of the African record at 100 metres, is among the latest recruits to qualify as a Royal Navy logistics specialist at HMS Raleigh.

Logistician (Supply Chain) Olusoji Fasuba joined the Royal Navy last May. After his 10-week initial naval training course, he transferred to the Defence Maritime Logistics School in October 2011 for his 12-week professional course and is now ready to take up his first posting within the logistics department at HM Naval Base Devonport.

The 27-year-old took up running from a young age. He became a champion in his teen years and was part of the Nigerian team that took the bronze medal in the 4 x 100m relay at the Athens Olympics in 2004.




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Idowut at 09:22 PM, 18/02/2012 (7 years ago)
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Congrat
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kebella at 09:23 PM, 18/02/2012 (7 years ago)
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 Cool

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1ola at 12:55 PM, 12/05/2012 (7 years ago)
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Quote from: Bachelorette on 08:42 PM, 18/02/2012
   A former Nigerian sprinter, who is the holder of the African record at 100 metres, is among the latest recruits to qualify as a Royal Navy logistics specialist at HMS Raleigh.

Logistician (Supply Chain) Olusoji Fasuba joined the Royal Navy last May. After his 10-week initial naval training course, he transferred to the Defence Maritime Logistics School in October 2011 for his 12-week professional course and is now ready to take up his first posting within the logistics department at HM Naval Base Devonport.

The 27-year-old took up running from a young age. He became a champion in his teen years and was part of the Nigerian team that took the bronze medal in the 4 x 100m relay at the Athens Olympics in 2004.




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He did not join Nigeria Navy but Royal Navy which is the United Kingdom Navy please correct your information, and in the first instance dont you know the difference between Royal Navy and Nigeria Navy? Dumbass feeding us wrong information every time.
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francischi at 03:48 PM, 12/05/2012 (7 years ago)
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 Cool Cool

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chicco77 at 06:28 PM, 26/08/2012 (6 years ago)
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