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Tokyo Paralympics Games: Nigeria Placed behind 3 North African Nations

Currently at the ongoing Paralympics in Tokyo, China have showed so much strength and quality despite tremendous efforts from currently 2nd placed Great Britain, making huge attempts to reach or over throw them by medal count.

Presently, as at the time this medal report was filed, 9 countries occupy 78 position with one bronze each.

Countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, El Salvador, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Montenegro, Oman, Qatar, Chinese Taipei and Uganda are all place 78th position.

Two African countries Kenya and Uganda also make the 78th position placement in the ongoing Disability Sports biggest competition in the world.

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Two European countries also make the last place position; Bosnia and Herzegovina while 4 Asian countries including Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Chinese Taipei also make the cut. But only one South American country in El Salvador are since in the last 78 position occupied by 9 nations.

With Nigeria currently on 33rd position with 10 medals (4 gold, 1 silver and 5 bronze) 3 place behind 3 other African countries in the current medal table with all 3 being North African nations.

The 3 are 28th (Tunisia) with 4 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze being 11 medals in total. While 29th placed Algeria on 4 gold, 4 silver, and 4 bronze amassing 12 medals in the competition still going on and 30th place Morocco with 4 gold, 4 silver and 3 bronze medals making 11 medals so far.

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