Ghana will face hosts Cote d’Ivoire in the final on Saturday.
Also on Saturday, the Falcons will take on Mali in the third-place match.
Okobi, who was in the Falcons squad that won the 2016 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations in Cameroon, posited that Ghana paraded a large part of their first team compared to Nigeria.
“I am not disappointed neither are we bowing to the Black Queens of Ghana. That is a C team (Super Falcons) not even a complete B team that played against almost 90% of the Black Queens A team, also it ended in penalties,” Okobi tweeted on Saturday.
“Up Super Falcons I still remain part of you no matter what.”