Nigeria to host U.S. Open final on Sunday

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday that Nigeria will host the United States Open on Sunday.

Guterres announced the announcement during a news conference in Nairobi after meeting with U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan.

The announcement came hours after Nigerian authorities said the government has signed a contract with a private American firm to supply the stadium and tournament venue for the match.

The announcement came a day after a court in the northeastern state of Zaria ordered the closure of two sites in the northern city of Yola to prevent any damage to the national stadium and other sites.

The stadium will be used by the U.s.

Open for the first time since 1999, when it was played in Birmingham, Ala.

It will replace the old National Stadium in Birmingham.

The U.n. chief’s announcement came as a large number of Nigerian troops in the country’s east are battling Boko Haram militants, who have seized vast swathes of the country.

In the past two weeks, the militants have killed thousands of people and forced more than 4 million people from their homes, forcing more than 100,000 to flee their homes and thousands more to flee to neighbouring countries.

In Nigeria, there have been widespread reports of looting, violence and even executions.