Nigeria’s Boxer, Adeniji Mojeed Akorede
is eager to fight for the country at the Commonwealth and Olympic games.
The middle weight has shelved plans to turn professional until he wins a medal for the country at the Olympics.
He told ACLSports.com that his first outing for Nigeria was at Kazakhstan in 2013.
“Serving my father land, this time in the middle weight is what I desire, to win a medal at the various Games.”
“My first outing with team Nigeria was in Kazakhstan for world boxing championship 2013 and Olympic qualifier in Cameroon that’s the two international boxing competition” he said.
“Am now a middle weight and the champion in my weight, I started going to national games in 2009 since then I have been winning medals and certificate for Kogi”.
“I move to my state (Oyo), I wish to be in the common wealth games and Olympics but if I see a good manager am ready to turn to Professional”, he ended.
Mojeed, while reiterating his desire to carry the flag of the country in any international tournaments said it was borne out of his desire to give back to the Nigeria.
“I want to give back to the society what it helped me to get,” the Oyo born boxer stated.