DCP Olatunji Disu, a Nigerian police officer and veteran Judoka, has brought honor to his country after winning a silver medal at the 33rd edition of the United States Open Judo Championship.
Despite his hectic schedule, the super-cop who replaced embattled DCP Abba Kyari as head of the renowned crime-fighting division, Intelligence Response Team (IRT), has been an avid Judoka for many years.
At the US Judo Championships held from July 28 to July 31, the 56-year-old competed in the veteran category and displayed his Judo prowess as he fought off stern competition from other Judokas, including world number one, Woods Glen of the United States.
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It would be recalled that Disu chaired the NPF Judo Association in November 2021, where he won gold at the first veteran championships organized by the Nigeria Police Force.