The Bobsled and Skeleton Federation of Nigeria also announced the new roster for the history-making Women's Bobsled Team.
The 2018 Winter Olympics set a precedent for African athletes seeking to make their mark in the Games.
Team Nigeria led the way, with the Women's Bobsled Team breaking barriers becoming the first African athletes to compete in the bobsled competition at the Games. Simi Adeagbo soon joined the Bobsled and Skeleton Federation (BSFN) as Nigeria's first skeleton athlete, finishing in 20th place in Pyongchang.
On Nigeria's Independence Day, the Federation returns with more history-making news, adding a roster of athletes to the country's (and so far Africa's) first Men's Bobsled Team.