It was the first time Banyana ended up on the losing side at the event after they defeated Nigeria in their first clash just over a week ago. The post-match mood in Banyana's camp and the sentiments expressed by their coach Desiree Ellis suggests the squad were still buoyed by the fact that as tournament finalists they have clinched a ticket to next year's Fifa Women's World Cup in France. The impact we have made at this competition as a country is immense. We came here with the vision of qualifying for the World Cup because we knew it was now poor never and indeed we achieved that. Nigeria's victorious coach Thomas Dennerby said his team's defence was at the heart of their championship-winning campaign.
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What you'll remember most about your tour in Nigeria are the people. Nigerians are friendly, helpful, and welcoming. They have a well-defined sense of humor and Nigerians at all levels of society, from government ministers on down, love to laugh at a good joke. Nigerians are also intelligent, resourceful, and sometimes even challenging and confusing The striking sights will stay with you for life: the mother nursing a baby while peeling a yam with a machete at roadside, a colorfully dressed vendor walking with a large tray of eggs on her head, a motorcycle passenger balancing a full-sized dresser or bookcase on his head, or the spectacular dazzle of turbaned and robed men on horseback riding in the many durbars in northern Nigeria. A tour in Nigeria offers excellent professional opportunities. Nigeria is one of the most important countries in Africa.
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Published: October 14, People are pictured after being rescued by police in Sabon Garin, in Daura local government area of Katsina state, Nigeria October 14, The raid in Katsina, the northwestern home state of President Muhammadu Buhari, came less a month after about men and boys were freed from another supposed Islamic school in neighboring Kaduna state where they were allegedly tortured and sexually abused. Police issued a statement on Monday and said they were working to reunite the victims with their families.