Players and officials of the Super Eagles have arrived Kumasi where they’ll face Ghana at the Baba Yara Stadium on Friday in a crucial World Cup qualifying game.
All 25 players and officials were part of the contingent to Ghana as they settle to the football-loving city ahead of their clash against arch rivals, Ghana.
Nigeria will be guests of the Black Stars at the 40,000-seater stadium with fireworks and theatrics expected from both sides in the game.
Nigeria flew to the country aboard Air Peace wind will fly back to Abuja immediately after the game on Friday.
The team is expected to have a feel of the stadium later today before taking on to the pitch tomorrow evening in what will be a potentially pulsating encounter against the Black Stars.
Nigeria and Ghana have a history of rivalry dating back to 1950 and this will be one of the most important games in the history of both nations with a World Cup ticket and a possible definition of generation of footballers all to fight for.