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Day 91 - Nigeria

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Members of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union hold and celebrate the Queen's Baton, before a meeting with HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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The granite ‘gemstone’ from the Queen's Baton is removed presented to President of the Ghana Olympic Committee Sani M Ndanusa (R) by Commonwealth Games Federation Honorary Legal Advisor Sharda Rao (L) in the company of HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos (C), in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos (C) with the Commonwealth Games Federation Honorary Legal Advisor Sharda Rao (L) and President of the Nigeria Olympic Committee President Sani M Ndanusa (R)in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Dr RO Oladipo the President General of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union holds and celebrates with the Queen's Baton, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Dr RO Oladipo the President General of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union holds and celebrates with the Queen's Baton, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Members of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union celebrate the Queen's Baton, before a meeting with HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Members of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union hold and celebrate the Queen's Baton, before a meeting with HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Members of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union hold and celebrate the Queen's Baton, before a meeting with HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Chioma Ajunwa-Oparah, Nigeria's first Olympic Gold Medallist, in long jump at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games during the Queen’s Baton Relay in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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Dr RO Oladipo the President General of the Nigerian Sports Supports Union celebrates the Queen's Baton, before a meeting with HE Babtunde Raji Fashola, Governor of the State of Lagos, in Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday 7 January 2014. Nigeria is nation 24 of 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to be visited by the Queen's Baton.

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