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Commonwealth Games 2022: Nigeria’s golden women

By Guardian Exclusive
12 August 2022   |   5:32 am
Not only was history made by the record-breaking performances of female athletes in team Nigeria, it is also refreshing to know that all 12 gold medals were won by women. Here are Nigeria’s Golden Women

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