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FIFA: Why Osaze Odemwingie led the Women’s World Cup trophy tour to Nigeria

The Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, was already agog in anticipation of the arrival of the FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy, which was led into the Nigerian soil by some FIFA executives and Ambassador Peter Odemwingie on Thursday.

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