Abuja Named Host City for 19th Oil and Gas Industry Games in April 2024

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The organizing committee of the highly anticipated 2024 Oil and Gas Industry Games has officially announced Abuja as the host city for the prestigious 19th edition, scheduled to take place during the last week of April.


Senator John Enoh, the Minister of Sports Development, hailed the decision to host the event in Abuja, emphasizing the pivotal role of sports in promoting physical health and well-being while reducing healthcare costs. He expressed unwavering support for the upcoming games, scheduled to run from April 21 to 27, 2024.


In his address, Senator Enoh underscored the societal benefits of sports participation and lauded the oil and gas industry for its commitment to fostering health and wellness among its workforce. The games aim to promote physical activity and healthy competition, aligning with the industry’s vision to enhance wellness and productivity within its ranks.


Furthermore, the Ministry of Sports Development revealed plans to introduce initiatives such as the proposed National Sports and Fitness Day, aimed at promoting well-being on a national scale. These efforts underscore the government’s commitment to fostering a healthier and more active populace.


As preparations for the games gained momentum, the Ministry reaffirmed its dedication to sports development and national wellness. With thirteen prominent companies from the oil and gas industry set to participate, the event promises to showcase the industry’s collective dedication to sports excellence and healthy living.


The announcement of Abuja as the host city for the 19th Oil and Gas Industry Games marks a significant milestone in the promotion of sports, health, and wellness within the oil and gas sector. The upcoming event is poised to foster camaraderie, promote physical fitness, and reinforce the industry’s commitment to employee well-being.

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