Sao Paolo, Brazil’s most populous city, is cold, really cold! That’s for me, a Nigerian, as the weather reminds me of the biting cold weather of Jos, Plateau State that I experienced in the 80s.
The same complaint had been made by many Nigerian journalists who, as antidote to the weather, choose to wear three or more clothes at once. But the weather condition of Curitiba, the venue of Super Eagles first match against Iran, and Cuiaba, where the Nigerians filed out against Bosnia/Herzegovina, were the opposite of Sao Paulo’s as both cities had relatively mild or high temperature on the days the Super Eagles played their first and second World Cup matches. Indeed, the media guide for Brazil 2014 describes Cuiaba as a city “known for its high temperatures.”Follow Us on Social Media