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18 Jan
The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) kicked off exactly a week ago on January 9 after a pandemic-related hiatus at the 60, 000 capacity Olembe stadium in Cameroon with spectacular festivities and the most amazing cultural performances from the West-Central African country. The tournament started in earnest after an opening by the Indomitable Lions of…

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