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NBBF President Reacts To World Cup Draws, Says D’Tigress will make Nigeria Proud

The president of NBBF Engr Musa kida has expressed optimism that the Nigerian D’Tigress will make Nigeria proud as they were paired with France and Australia in the forthcoming World cup holding in September this year.

Reacting to the draw, Engr. Kida said the Nigeria girls have all the potentials to emerge the best in the tournament, saying that the Federation will leave no stone unturned to ensure that they get the best of preparations before the world cup will commence in Australia.

According to him, “we will do our best to ensure D’Tigress have a better preparation for the tournament, the team has been making the continent proud, i can assure that the forthcoming world cup will be another avenue for the team to make Nigerians and Africa proud the more”

He however sought for the support of all stakeholders to move the game forward in the country .

Nigeria’s D’Tigress have been drawn in group B with France, Australia, Canada, Japan and Serbia ahead of 2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup in Sydney, Australia in September, 2022.

Recently, at the playoff, the Nigerian women basketball side defeated France and Mali to qualify for the prestigious global dunking and slamming game


Oluchi Tobe-Chukwu

Oluchi Tobe-Chukwu popularly known as tobex is the Vice chairman of Sports writers Association of Nigeria , lagos Chapter. She Is also the Media Spokesperson of the Super Falcons of Nigeria. She is an award winning women's football writer. Tobex is also an ex footballer that was privileged to play in the first NFF organised women's league in 1990 as a player of Hamza Queens. Her last club as an active footballer was Ibom Angels as She paved way to further her education years ago. She is a Federal Government scholar , with a degree in Mass communication, a second degree in Public Relations and Advertising (Communication Studies). She is a Wife and Mother.

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