The Nigeria Cricket Federation wishes to inform the entire Cricket family and the general public that a total of 40 ladies across the country have been invited to camp in preparation for the Kwibuka  Women’s Invitational tournament taking place in Kigali, Rwanda from the 4th to 13th June, 2021.

Held annually since 2014, the tournament is the flagship event of the women’s Cricket calendar in Rwanda through which the Cricket community contributes to the country’s healing process following the atrocities committed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

The Invited players are expected to arrive the Goodluck Jonathan High Performance Hostel, Package B’ MKO Abiola Stadium on the 10th of May 2021. Trial matches will be conducted and a final squad will be selected for the tournament.

Players invited to camp are;

  1. Blessing Nwobodo
  2. Nafisat Abdullah
  3. Augustina Benedict
  4. Mary Desmond
  5. Grace Ephraim
  6. Blessing Frank
  7. Salome Sunday
  8. Blessing Etim
  9. Esther Sandy
  10. Sarah Etim
  11. Omonye Asika
  12. Abigail Igbobie
  13. Joy Efosa
  14. Favour Esiegbe
  15. Agatha Obulor
  16. Piety Lucky
  17. Oseyande Omonkhobio
  18. Ogechi George
  19. Peace Monday
  20. Miracle Imimole
  21. Chineyum George
  22. Samantha Agazuma
  23. Kehinde Abdulquadri
  24. Taiwo Abdulquadri
  25. Rachael Samson

Others include;

  1. Rukayat Abdurazak
  2. Shakirat Oyewole
  3. Timi Seaman
  4. Ayannaike Ruth
  5. Gold Aluum
  6. Sabastina Izuako
  7. Purissima Igwe
  8. Rebecca Mbam
  9. Kafayat Olusunde
  10. Yomade Aminu
  11. Queen Joseph
  12. Vivian Titus
  13. Fyneface Fate
  14. Elizabeth Sunday
  15. Bakare Kehinde

The Women’s camp is expected to end on the 16th of May 2021.

Please Note: Successful players may be asked to remain for closed camping in preparation for the tournament. Please ensure that all relevant forms are filled and documents attached accordingly as that will form the basis for admission into camp.

Safe travels and do ensure all COVID-19 safety precaution are strictly adhered to.