The Honourable Commissioner for Sports, Seun Fakorede had an easy win over popular comedian, Ayo Ajewole popularly known as Woli Agba, at the MVP OAPs Table Tennis Championship, held at Clementina Gym, Bashorun Ibadan.

Seun Fakorede won two straight sets 2-0, to seal the win. Woli Agba when introduced was boxing the whole of the air, plus doing some ‘bizarre’, table tennis move, as a sign of readiness to beat the honourable commissioner for sports, all of that amount to nothing, as he failed to usurp the aforementioned youngest commissioner. 

Despite the fact that, Woli Agba failed to win a set, he was able to give Seun Fakorede a big run for his money.

Indeed it was an entertaining affair, the game lived up to expectations, the banters, the shouts, the drama, and a lot more was on play. Honourable Seun Fakorede before the game, picked up the microphone to sing a banter song in Yoruba Language, meaning ‘ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN VOICE’. He proved is words. 

The game feauturing this two ‘heavyweights’ opened up the show, as other games featuring top notch Ibadan OAP’s followed. 

The likes of Bayo Faleke, Kenny Ogunmiloro, Blessing Fowowe, Eniola Afolabi, Boluwaji Ogunmola, Oladapo Okunnubi, Ayobami Animashaun, Isaiah Akinremi, Olayinka Olatoberu, Olawale Hamzat, Babatunde Saheed, Eniola Fawole, Modupe Smiles, John Udofia, Damilola Amuda, Raymond Tolulope, Ike Yusuf, Kenny Bamidele, Lameed Abimbola, Ishola Abass, Obadare Oladosu, Sola Aiyegbajeje, Samson Omotosho, etc. Where all present in the Championship

The MVP OAPs table tennis championship was set aside to first of all mark the birthday of popular Ibadan Yoruba sports on-air personality (OAP) Afolabi ‘Abenasports’ Abdulafeez which is also a unifying factor among OAP’s in the City of Ibadan. This year championship makes it the second successive edition.

Ike Yusuf won the table tennis event.

Some OAP’s also participated in the PS4 competitions. OJBSPORTS editor Raymond Tolulope breezed past Kenny Ogunmiloro with a three-nil win while Blessing Fowowe narrowly lost via penalties. Samson Omotosho pummelled his opponent 4-1, Isaiah Akinremi was unable to leave up to words as he narrowly lost out to Bakky Balogun, 3-2 after the adoption of a golden goal rule.