It was a tremendous accomplishment for the youngster, who had overcome COVID-19 at the start of the games and fought her way to the podium.
With a time of 22.51 seconds, the 19-year-old finished second behind Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson-Herah.
Thompson-Herah set a new game time of 22.02 seconds.
Christine Mbaoma, a former Olympic silver medalist, finished third in 22.80 seconds.
It was Ofili’s first appearance at the Commonwealth Games.
Meanwhile, Ebikewenimo Welson won a silver medal in the men’s freestyle 57KG event after losing to India’s Kumar Ravi.