The World Ain’t Seen My Full Potentials Yet — Corporal Ndukwu

Ndukwe said that she is working hard to become a World champion in Weightlifting and Armwrestling,

Currently serving at the Imo State Police Command, Ndukwe said the Police Force has helped her to discover her full sporting potential within her short time in the force.

The Woman Police Corporal became African Champion in Armwrestling before competing in the Imo State Security Inter Agency Games where she won six gold medals, fellowed it up with three gold medals at her maiden Police Games participation last year in Anambra before the concluded One Servic One Medal, OSOM, Games in Abuja.

The multi talented Sandra Ndukwe said she is dedicating her success to the Force which gave her and other sports personalities opportunity to excel in their chosen careers as sports personnel of the Force.

She is now preparing for her second international Armwrestling Championship this year in the United States of America, USA.

“At the moment, I’m working hard to source the needed funds to be able to represent my country at the Championship in USA”, Sandra Ndukwe said.

“I don’t think the World has seen my full potentials yet. I’m confident of my abilities and I’m working hard to achieve my ambition of becoming a world champion in Arm-wrestling and Weightlifting”, adding that she draws her sporting inspiration from her Sports Officer, Superintendent Rafael Ubah who is a World champion in judo.

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