WADA declares Nigerian anti-doping agency ‘non-compliant’
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday that Nigeria’s national anti-doping agency had been declared non-compliant.
Jonathan Taylor, the chair of WADA’s independent compliance review committee, informed its board at a meeting in Baku that the Nigerian agency did not meet international anti-doping standards, WADA wrote on Twitter.
Last year the Nigerian National Anti-Doping Committee collected 28 samples, seven of which tested positive, according to data from WADA
The CRC’s recommendation was approved by the Executive Committee during their meeting on Wednesday.
The Chair of WADA’s independent Compliance Review Committee, Jonathan Taylor, informs the Board of the declaration of non-compliance of the Nigerian NADO.
The CRC’s recommendation was approved by the Executive Committee during their meeting yesterday.
— WADA (@wada_ama) 15 November 2018