The Nigeria Archery Federation has expressed that sending an archer to Paris 2024 is one of the organisation's main goals.
Nigeria have never had an archer qualify for the Olympic Games.
Mohammed Baba Abdullahi has been re-elected as President, following elections on March 10, and confirmed he had an eye on Paris 2024 and developing the sport further in Nigeria.
Olantunji Boluji retains the position of secretary general, according to World Archery.
“We used the first four years in office to develop the game at the grassroots in search of athletes by introducing the game to our primary and secondary schools", Abdullahi said.
“We are going to use the next four years to consolidate, expand the scope of the game and take it to the next level.”
Dr Ogbonna Onyeisi was elected first vice-president and Mike Egbayelo second vice-president.
Egbayelo is quoted as calling archery "the fastest growing sport in Lagos with the establishment of 25 clubs in just one year" by Daily Trust.
"Last year, we launched the Strategic Action Plan for Archery in Lagos in line with the THEMES agenda of Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu to make sports a driving force of development and empowerment of the grassroots and there has been a rise in the popularity and growth of the sport.
"The same template would be used to develop the sport across Nigeria and we are sure that it will help us achieve our ultimate goal which is to be a leading force in Africa and also to compete with the best at major international tournaments particularly at the 2024 Olympics", Egbayelo added.
The Nigeria Archery Federation was founded in 1997 and affiliated to World Archery in the same year.