Nigeria won the African title for a record eighth time in Cameroun two years ago (Image courtesy Caf)

The Super Falcons will leave the country for Abidjan in Ivory Coast for camping ahead of the 2018 African Women’s Cup of Nations.

Concise News gathered that the team would spend eight days at the training camp in the Ivorian capital before arriving Ghana for the competition.

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The African champions have been camping at the Jubilee Chalets and Resort in Epe, Lagos – and will leave on Tuesday to Ivorian capital.

Coach Thomas Dennerby on Monday released a list of 23 players who will make the trip to the ASEC Mimosas FC academy.

Nigeria are in Group B of the competition and would play their first game against South Africa on November 18th.