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Nigerian Footballer Asisat Oshoala Dedicates Her Historic UEFA League Cup Win To Young African Girls

Nigerian footballer Asisat Oshoala has once again made history by being the first African woman to lift the UEFA Women's Champions League cup following her historic debut in the European league four years ago.

Nigeria is celebrating Asisat Oshoala, who plays for Barcelona Femini following the wonderous defeat of Chelsea Women's team. 26-year-old Oshoala led her team to victory with less than twenty minutes left of the match. The enthralling match took place this past Sunday at the Gamla Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden. Oshoala's high goal scoring rate has been hailed as a huge contributing factor to the UEFA Women's Champions League (UWCL) final win. The ever-consistent Oshoala dedicated the win to young girls in Africa as a way of inspiring them to continue striving for their dreams.

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Burna Boy has recently released the music video for "23" which features on his fifth studio album Twice As Tall which was released in August of last year. The music video is the second set of visuals shared by the Nigerian artist following "Onyeka" which dropped last month. Directed by Clarence Peters and produced by Skread, the music video makes a number of references to the legendary basketball player, Michael Jordan, while aptly celebrating diverse women at a time when Women's Month has just kicked off in the US.

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