Book Release

Author Anike-ade Funke Treasure releases her Pronunciation Guide Series, along the hall way of FRCN National building, walking the same path of greatness of writers ahead of her in the government establishment.


And The Second in the Series


Whatever you do for a living or in your spare time, learning proper pronunciations through this book will help you acquire fluidity and grace. This will in turn increase the value of your cultural capital. Master English Speech Sounds with this book. It’s my second in the Pronunciation Guide series and my third book.

It’s Out! My Second Book


This book developed from my practice as an elocution coach. All workers in the Lord’s vineyard, who stand before the congregation to say one thing or the other will particularly find it useful. It is also helpful for folks interested in the pronunciation of English words for the benefit of their own self improvement.

The Prize Giving Ceremony

A Table Tennis Board for the winning school in the double’s category.

The F3TC first prize winner, Kadijat Okanlawon lifts her trophy.

The winners pose with the Initiator.


Day 4: The Prize Giving Day

It has been four days of the Funke Treasure Table Tennis Championship, the first for the girl-child through the game of table tennis, all participating girls are getting rewarded today, our goodies are ready and the clock is ticking.

Day 3: Ongoing Funke Treasure Table Tennis Championship Live in Ibadan City, Nigeria

It’s still the third day of the tournament at the Indoor Sports Hall, Adamasingba Stadium, Ibadan. The competition has been intense all day. This is the moment when some of the girls hit the red carpet with the Initiator to celebrate their win.

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What a run for the winner, Kadijat Okanlawon! Here, her co-competitors lift her up in celebration.

Funke Treasure and the girls savour the winning moments together. The girls understood that we were all winners.

The Initiator, F3TC, Funke Treasure, with some of the participants on Day 3 of the maiden championship.

The Winners!
The 2018 F3TC winners
L-R: Kaosara Oyelami, Faith Oluwafemi, Kadijat Okanlawon, and Aishat Ojolowo.

Day 2: The F3TC Coaching Clinic

The F3TC Coaching Clinic is the developmental part of the Championship, where participants learn the basic rules about the game of Table Tennis and are mentored on how to play the game. About fifteen National and State Table Tennis players were coaches to the girls, including celebrated former National player, Mama Sola Abiodun.

Ms. Kaffo mentors at the Coaching Clinic.

All smiles at the end of F3TC Day 2.

Initiator and Consultant Coach strategise at the coaching clinic.

Participating girls being taught how to play ‘doubles’

Oyo State Head Coach, Alh. Idiat Aderibigbe and Ms. Bose Kaffo charting a course at the Coaching Clinic.

Table Tennis player coaches one of the youngest participants at the F3TC Coaching Clinic.

The girls watch and learn how to hold a bat.

The Exhibition Match at the Opening Ceremony

The exhibition was one of the major highlights at the F3Tc Opening Ceremony. It was preceded by the address of the F3TC’s Consultant Coach, Ms. Bose Kaffo. She talked about Table Tennis in Nigeria, the thrills and the gloom, the dominance of Egypt in Africa’s Table Tennis Championships and her experience as a young girl starting out early in the game of Table Tennis.

Ms. Bose Kaffo speaks to a captive audience.

Ms. Kaffo takes on Sadia, Table Tennis winner at the recently held National Youth Games in Ilorin

Ms. Kaffo teaches Sadia strategic positioning as a player

Ms. Kaffo plays with her mentor in the game, Continental Champion and Table Tennis legend, Chief Waidi Ekun


Dr. Stella C. Okoli (OON) Supports F3TC

The distinguished Dr. Stella C. Okoli (OON) has delivered on her pledge to support the F3TC. The founder and CEO of Emzor Pharmaceuticals Industries Limited had promised material support earlier in the month for the Table Tennis project.

Her financial donation will now fund the production of jerseys, the empowerment session on drug abuse and doping; and meals for the four day Championship.

Dr. Okoli also donated goody bags, exercise books, pens, and motivational pamphlets to participating girls. This kind gesture on the eve of the F3TC Press Conference is a major boost in organising the first of its kind competition in Oyo State.

The F3TC team is proud of Dr. Okoli’s unalloyed support for the growth and development of the girl-child in Nigeria through sports.