The CEO/Founder of Kaleidoscope Business Project, Chief Deaconess Linda Middleton has joined the rest of the world to congratulate Tobi Amusan.
The whole world is celebrating Nigeria as Tobi Amusan won the 100m Hurdle at the World Athletics Championship, thus becoming the first Nigerian to do so.
In a single day, 25-year-old Amusan became the first individual to smash two world records – never has this happened in the history of track and field.
It took 26 years for the previous record to be broken by Keni Harrison of the United States in 2016.
Mrs Middleton in a statement Monday in Atlanta GA said Tobi Amusan has become a shining light which comes at a time Nigeria needs a facelift following months of gloomy reports.
“For Amusan to smash two world records in a day is a story that would be told for generations to come. Something we will hold dear to our hearts for many years.
“For this feat alone Tobi deserves a national honour from the Nigerian government for delivering this jaw-dropping world record.”