African 100m champion Damola Osayemi running for Nike dashed to a 10.08secs personal best in the women's 100m semi-finals before repeating same feat in the finals to win the 19th All Nigerian female title.
Osayemi also won the golden Jackpot of 1million Nigerian Naira (approx. £4,500) after beating the standard set at 10.09 secs twice.
World Indoor 60m finalist Franca Idoko came second in 10.25secs after earlier setting a personal best of 11.14secs in the semi-finals and Gloria Kemasuode was third in 11.34secs.
Agnes Osazuwa (11.46secs) Halimat Ismaila (11.49secs) and Kate Areguamen (11.69) came fourth, fifth and sixth respectively to complete the Nigeria 4x100m team for Beijing.
Fasuba upset again
In the men's 100m race, World Indoor 60m Champion and African 100m record-holder Olusoji Fasuba faced a second upset in about a week. This time by another young and upcoming athlete Obinna Metu who now trains in Italy.
Metu edged the Africa champion out in a photo finish to nick the national 100m crown in a personal best time of 10.17 secs ahead of Fasuba in 10.18secs.
Fasuba's last week at the Abuja CAA Super Grand Prix meet, Adetoyi Durotoye (10.26secs) was just a whisker ahead of former World cup winner Uchenna Emedolu (10.27secs) for third place.
Chinedu Oriala was fifth in 10.29secs while Onyeabor Nwaogu came sixth in 10.30 secs to complete the men's relay team.
Obinna Metu, a student at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, has represented Nigeria on the track for two years and was a bronze medallist in the 200m at the 2007 All African Games in Algiers, Algeria.
Enoch Dongoyaro won the men's 1500m final in 3:50.91 with Abiodun Ajani (3:55.31) and Prince Obus (3:55.64) second and third respectively.
African 400m hurdles champion Ajoke Odumosu (51.0secs) and Sade Abugan (51.31secs) have also qualified for tommorrow women's 400m final.
Abuja meet winner Godday James (45.63secs) and Saul Weigopwa (46.56secs) are the pick of the finalist for the men's 400m race.
Obiora Arinze cleared 2.15m in the men's high jump competition to win gold ahead of Bayo Adio (second after clearing 2.10m) and Obindu Raymond (third after jumping 2.05m)