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paralympiansNigerian athlete, Josephine Orji, has just shattered the World Record with a lift of 160kg to win the gold medal in the Women’s -84kg Power-lifting event at the ongoing Paralympics Games in Rio, Brazil.

The latest gold medal is Nigeria’s 8th at the event.

Nigeria now has 11 medals and is 10th on the overall medals table.

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Nigeria Female ParalympianTeam Nigeria at the moment are ninth on the overall medals table at the ongoing Rio 2016 Paralympics.

Braving the odds in Rio, the country’s Paralympians have now amassed a total eight medals.

Five of the total haul are gold, with two silver and a bronze medal.

The latest gold for Nigeria came from Ndidi Nwosu who on Monday afternoon beat the defending champion to win the women’s -73kg Power-lifting event.

Nwosu, who was initially looking like she was going to settle for Bronze, stepped up in her very last attempt.

She lifted 140kg to equal the Paralympics Record (PR) to usurp France’s Souhad Ghazouani who previously was in the lead.

Team Nigeria still have a good chance of moving further up on the medals table as the likes of Brazil, Australia Netherlands and Uzbekistan just ahead of them have won just one gold medal more.

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Zimbabwe 95.00   2009 est.
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Nauru 90.00   2004 est.
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Liberia 85.00   2003 est.
4
 
Burkina Faso 77.00   2004
5
 
Cocos (Keeling) Islands 60.00   2000 est.
5
 
Turkmenistan 60.00   2004 est.
6
 
Djibouti 59.00   2007 est.
7
 
Congo, Republic of the 53.00   2012 est.
8
 
Senegal 48.00   2007 est.
9
 
Nepal 46.00   2008 est.
10
 
Bosnia and Herzegovina 44.30   2013 est.
11
 
Haiti 40.60   2010 est.
12
 
Kenya 40.00   2008 est.
12
 
Swaziland 40.00   2006 est.
13
 
Marshall Islands 36.00   2006 est.
14
 
Afghanistan 35.00   2008 est.
14
 
Yemen 35.00   2003 est.
15
 
Grenada 33.50   2013
16
 
Kosovo 30.90   2013 est.
17
 
Cameroon 30.00   2001 est.
17
 
Libya 30.00   2004 est.
17
 
Mali 30.00   2004 est.
17
 
Mauritania 30.00   2008 est.
18
 
American Samoa 29.80   2005
19
 
Macedonia 28.60   2013 est.
20
 
Maldives 28.00   2012 est.
21
 
Greece 27.90   2013 est.
22
 
Namibia 27.40   2012 est.
23
 
Spain 26.30   2013 est.
24
 
Lesotho 25.00   2008 est.
25
 
South Africa 24.90   2013 est.
26
 
Nigeria 23.90   2011 est.
27
 
Dominica 23.00   2000 est.
28
 
Gaza Strip 22.50   2013 est.
28
 
West Bank 22.50   2013 est.
29
 
Equatorial Guinea 22.30   2009 est.
30
 
Micronesia, Federated States of 22.00   2000 est.
31
 
Croatia 21.60   2013 est.
32
 
Cabo Verde 21.00   2000 est.
32
 
Gabon 21.00   2006 est.
33
 
Serbia 20.10   2013 est.
34
 
Comoros 20.00   1996 est.
34
 
Saint Lucia 20.00   2003 est.
34
 
Sudan 20.00   2012 est.
35
 
Montenegro 19.10   2012 est.
36
 
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 18.80   2008 est.
37
 
Timor-Leste 18.40   2010 est.
38
 
Botswana 17.80   2009 est.
38
 
Syria 17.80   2013 est.
39
 
Ethiopia 17.50   2012 est.
40
 
Cyprus 17.40   2013 est.
41
 
Armenia 17.30   2012 est.
42
 
Tunisia 17.20   2013 est.
43
 
New Caledonia 17.10   2004
44
 
Mozambique 17.00   2007 est.
45
 
Albania 16.90   2013 est.
46
 
Portugal 16.80   2013 est.
47
 
Jamaica 16.30   2013 est.
48
 
Bahamas, The 16.20   2013 est.
49
 
Iran 16.00   2013 est.
49
 
Iraq 16.00   2012 est.
49
 
Puerto Rico 16.00   2011 est.
50
 
Belize 15.50   2013
51
 
Bahrain 15.00   2005 est.
51
 
Dominican Republic 15.00   2013 est.
51
 
Georgia 15.00   2013 est.
51
 
Oman 15.00   2004 est.
51
 
Zambia 15.00   2008 est.
52
 
Slovakia 14.40   2013 est.
53
 
Jordan 14.00   2013 est.
53
 
Saint Helena, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha 14.00   1998 est.
54
 
Ireland 13.50   2013 est.
55
 
Egypt 13.40   2013 est.
56
 
Cook Islands 13.10   2005
56
 
Slovenia 13.10   2013 est.
57
 
Curacao 13.00   2013 est.
57
 
Tonga 13.00   FY03/04 est.
58
 
Italy 12.40   2013 est.
58
 
Lithuania 12.40   2013 est.
59
 
Wallis and Futuna 12.20   2008
60
 
Niue 12.00   2001
60
 
Sint Maarten 12.00   2012 est.
61
 
French Polynesia 11.70   2010
62
 
Bulgaria 11.60   2013 est.
63
 
Barbados 11.40   2013 est.
64
 
Northern Mariana Islands 11.20   2010 est.
65
 
Antigua and Barbuda 11.00   2001 est.
65
 
Ghana 11.00   2000 est.
65
 
Guyana 11.00   2007
66
 
Estonia 10.90   2013 est.
67
 
European Union 10.50   2013 est.
67
 
Hungary 10.50   2013 est.
67
 
Saudi Arabia 10.50   2013 est.
68
 
Algeria 10.30   2013 est.
68
 
Poland 10.30   2013 est.
69
 
France 10.20   2013 est.
70
 
Turks and Caicos Islands 10.00   1997 est.
71
 
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 9.90   2008 est.
72
 
Latvia 9.80   2013 est.
73
 
Colombia 9.70   2013 est.
74
 
Morocco 9.50   2013 est.
75
 
Greenland 9.40   2013 est.
76
 
Turkey 9.30   2013 est.
77
 
Mongolia 9.00   2011 est.
77
 
Suriname 9.00   2008
78
 
Belgium 8.80   2013 est.
78
 
India 8.80   2013 est.
79
 
British Virgin Islands 8.70   2010 est.
80
 
Kyrgyzstan 8.60   2011 est.
81
 
Mauritius 8.30   2013 est.
81
 
Netherlands 8.30   2013 est.
82
 
Guam 8.20   2010 est.
83
 
Finland 8.10   2013 est.
83
 
Sweden 8.10   2013 est.
84
 
Anguilla 8.00   2002
84
 
Bermuda 8.00   2012 est.
84
 
Central African Republic 8.00   2001 est.
84
 
Ukraine 8.00   2013 est.
85
 
Costa Rica 7.90   2013 est.
85
 
Venezuela 7.90   2013 est.
86
 
Fiji 7.60   1999
87
 
Argentina 7.50   2013 est.
88
 
Bolivia 7.40   2013 est.
88
 
Philippines 7.40   2013 est.
89
 
Romania 7.30   2013 est.
89
 
United States 7.30   2013 est.
90
 
Nicaragua 7.20   2013 est.
90
 
United Kingdom 7.20   2013 est.
91
 
Canada 7.10   2013 est.
91
 
Czech Republic 7.10   2013 est.
92
 
San Marino 7.00   2012
93
 
Aruba 6.90   2005 est.
94
 
Faroe Islands 6.80   2011
95
 
Indonesia 6.60   2013 est.
95
 
Pakistan 6.60   2013 est.
95
 
Paraguay 6.60   2013 est.
96
 
Uruguay 6.50   2013 est.
97
 
Malta 6.40   2013 est.
97
 
New Zealand 6.40   2013 est.
98
 
El Salvador 6.30   2013 est.
99
 
Virgin Islands 6.20   2004
100
 
Azerbaijan 6.00   2013 est.
100
 
Chile 6.00   2013 est.
100
 
Denmark 6.00   2013 est.
100
 
Montserrat 6.00   1998 est.
101
 
Trinidad and Tobago 5.90   2013 est.
102
 
Israel 5.80   2013 est.
102
 
Moldova 5.80   2013 est.
102
 
Russia 5.80   2013 est.
103
 
Australia 5.70   2013 est.
103
 
Brazil 5.70   2013 est.
104
 
Germany 5.30   2013 est.
104
 
Kazakhstan 5.30   2013 est.
105
 
Burma 5.20   2013 est.
106
 
Sri Lanka 5.10   2013 est.
107
 
Bangladesh 5.00   2013 est.
108
 
Austria 4.90   2013 est.
108
 
Luxembourg 4.90   2013 est.
108
 
Mexico 4.90   2013 est.
108
 
Uzbekistan 4.90   2013 est.
109
 
Honduras 4.50   2013 est.
109
 
Iceland 4.50   2013 est.
109
 
Panama 4.50   2013 est.
109
 
Saint Kitts and Nevis 4.50   1997
110
 
Cuba 4.30   2013 est.
111
 
Ecuador 4.20   2013 est.
111
 
Palau 4.20   2005 est.
112
 
China 4.10   2013 est.
112
 
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) 4.10   2010
112
 
Guatemala 4.10   2011 est.
112
 
Japan 4.10   2013 est.
112
 
Taiwan 4.10   2013 est.
113
 
Andorra 4.00   2012 est.
113
 
Cayman Islands 4.00   2008
114
 
Norway 3.60   2013 est.
114
 
Peru 3.60   2012 est.
115
 
Kuwait 3.40   2011 est.
116
 
Korea, South 3.20   2013 est.
116
 
Switzerland 3.20   2013 est.
117
 
Hong Kong 3.10   2013 est.
117
 
Malaysia 3.10   2013 est.
118
 
Gibraltar 3.00   2005 est.
119
 
Brunei 2.60   2011
120
 
Tajikistan 2.50   2013 est.
121
 
United Arab Emirates 2.40   2001
122
 
Liechtenstein 2.30   2012
123
 
Bhutan 2.10   2013
124
 
Isle of Man 2.00   Apr 2011 est.
124
 
Kiribati 2.00   1992 est.
124
 
Monaco 2.00   2012
124
 
Seychelles 2.00   2006 est.
125
 
Laos 1.90   2010 est.
125
 
Papua New Guinea 1.90   2008 est.
125
 
Singapore 1.90   2013 est.
126
 
Macau 1.80   2013 est.
127
 
Jersey 1.70   2012 est.
127
 
Vanuatu 1.70   1999
128
 
Vietnam 1.30   2013 est.
129
 
Belarus 1.00   2009 est.
130
 
Guernsey 0.90   Mar 2006 est.
131
 
Thailand 0.70   2013 est.
132
 
Qatar 0.30   2013 est.
133
 
Cambodia 0.00   2011 est.

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Rio 2016Nigeria’s female powerlifting athlete, Latifat Tijani has won a silver medal at the ongoing Rio Paralympic Games. Tijani came second in the women’s 45kg category after lifting an impressive 106kg just a kilo behind China’s Hu Dandan who set a new world record with her 107kg lift.
Nigeria won all her six medals at the London 2012 Paralympics in the powerlifting event with four gold and silver and the athletes are poised to repeat the same feat in this year’s competition.
Tijani has set the pace for other athletes who are vying for honours at the Rio Paralympics.
This will also come as a big slap on the face of the able-bodied Olympians who failed to win more than a medal (the football event) at the recently concluded Olympics.

Source: https://www.naij.com/

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female traffickingAbout 80 percent of Nigerian women and girls, who arrive Italy, are sex trafficking victims, according to Vatican news agency, Agenzia Fides. “Hundreds of thousands of people fall victim to human trafficking every year in Africa alone,” said Monsignor Ignatius Ayau Kaigama at an international conference against human trafficking organised by Christian Organisations Against Trafficking in Human Beings, COATNET, and Catholic Charity Caritas, Abuja.
”Of the overall number of victims, 79 percent are sexually exploited and the majority are women,” said Kaigama, who is the Archbishop of Jos and President of the Nigerian Bishops Conference. He added: “The remaining 21 percent are coerced into forced labour, and the majority of these are men. “In some parts of West Africa, the majority of trafficking victims are children under 18. This conference must find a way to put an end to child labour in all its forms.” He also called on the Federal Government “to declare human trafficking a national disgrace, and to take urgent and long-lasting measures to address its root causes. “This, in light of recent reports that 80 percent of Nigerian girls that reach Italy, do so for reasons of sex trafficking.”

Source: Vanguard: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/09/80-nigerian-women-girls-italy-sex-trafficking-victims-vatican/