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Nigerian women’s basketball team

14 Oct
…want Ministry to hold former NBBF president accountable Nigeria’s women’s national basketball team, D’Tigress, have kindly rejected steps taken by the country’s sports ministry to commence payment of some of the monies owed the team, insisting the ministry should hold off on doing that unless every playing and non-playing staff of the team from 2018…
13 Oct
The Nigeria women’s basketball team, D’Tigress have expressed disappointment and anger with the way the team has been treated by the Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) and have threatened to boycott the 2022 FIBA World Cup qualifying tournament over the refusal of the NBBF and the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development to meet their demands.…

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