The Super Eagles of Nigeria arrived Windhoek on Sunday afternoon for the crucial World Cup qualifying match against the Brave Warriors of Namibia.
Mr. Emmanuel Attah, the coordinator of the team in a statement disclosed that the Super Eagles touched down the capital of Namibia aboard a South African Boeing 737 aircraft from Nairobi en-route South Africa at about 1:35pm (local time).
The team was received on arrival by the Nigeria Ambassador to Namibia, Amb. Nathaniel Abiodun Olorunfemi, along with some senior embassy officials.
The coordinator also said that the team was immediately led to their Country Club hotel in a convoy led by the Ambassador, after the airport formalities were concluded.
The African champions will return to training on Monday at 8pm to acclimatise with the possible night time kick-off of Wednesday game.
“All is calm in the camp, no injury worries and the players are looking forward to a great game next week Wednesday (as at the time of the interview) despite insinuation that the game will be played on artificial turf,” Attah, the team’s coordinator stated.