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AFCON 2023 Final: Nigeria Vs Côte d’Ivoire match preview

By Guardian Exclusive
10 February 2024   |   9:08 am
On this edition of the Nutmeg on GuardianTV, Ayomide Sotunbo went on the street to ask Nigerians their expectations on the AFCON 2023 final between the host country Côte d'Ivoire and four-time winner Nigeria.

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