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An African Taekwondo Union (AFTU) delegation has visited Namibia for talks on setting up a national governing body.

Jonathan Nnaji, who chairs the AFTU's Member Relations Commission, led the delegation.

Member Relations Commission vice-chair Vinay Naicker also made the trip, which included taking in the Namibia Annual Sports Awards in Lüderitz.

Talks were held with the Namibia National Olympic Committee as well as representatives of the country's Sports Ministry.

World Taekwondo and the AFTU each have members from 52 African countries but not Namibia.

Eritrea is the only African country with a larger population to not have a World Taekwondo-recognised national governing body.

The Member Relations Commission is one of 15 AFTU committees.