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Black Queens arrive in Nigeria for Aisha Buhari Cup

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The Black Queens have arrived in Lagos, Nigeria ahead of the Aisha Buhari Invitational Women’s Football Tournament.

The Queens, who departed Accra in the early hours of Monday, September 13 via Air Peace touched down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos at 8:00 GMT.

Black Queens arrive in Nigeria for Aisha Buhari Cup

The team is currently lodging at the Eko Hotels and will have a recovery session this afternoon at the Soccer Temple, Agege stadium.

Four foreign based players, Grace Asantewaa, Wasila Diwura Soale, Portia Boakye and Priscilla Adubea are expected to join the rest of the squad later today for the competition.

The Aisha Buhari Cup is a six nations Invitational Women’s Football Tournament involving Cameroun, Ghana, South Africa, Morocco, Mali and host Nigeria.

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