Officials of the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Nigeria Olympic Committee have arrived in Nassau, Bahamas to inspect facilities to be used by Team Nigeria at the 6th edition of the 2017 Youth Commonwealth Games.
The games slated for July 19-23, 2017 will feature 1000 athletes taking part in 9 sports including aquatics, athletics, rugby sevens, beach volleyball, beach soccer, cycling, boxing, tennis and judo.
The inspection which starts on Monday is one of the requirements of participating countries as well as a meeting with the host nation ahead of the Youth commonwealth games.
The participating countries including Nigeria will discuss and inspect training facilities available to the teams as well as accommodation, rules and regulations for the youth games.
The meeting and inspection will last three days.