Looks forward to working with him
International Boxing Association (AIBA) President Ching-Kuo Wu has extended congratulations to President of the Guyana Boxing Federation (GBA) Steve Ninvalle following his election as an Executive Committee Member of the World Amateur Boxing body.
He expressed the desire to work with Ninvalle to improve the sport, citing his efforts here in Guyana and the Caribbean. Ninvalle clinched the AIBA spot at their recent Congress in South Korea. Caribbean members hailed the election with joy, noting that with Ninvalle in the decision making process of AIBA, boxing, especially in the Caribbean will benefit.
Here’s the full text of the letter:
Dear Colleague and Friend, Steve Ninvalle,
I would like to extend my sincere congratulations upon your recent election as a member of the AIBA Executive Committee. This important result is the right recognition for the unshakable devotion to the development of boxing followed by the exceptional results achieved in the past years.
Therefore, I am confident that with your support and dedication we will continue to implement all the necessary reforms for the betterment of our beloved sport.
Once again, I congratulate you for this accomplishment and look forward to working with you for the next four years hand to hand with the other members of the Executive Committee.
Wishing you the very best in your future endeavours, I send you my warmest and most heartfelt regards.
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