Nigeria Super Eagles will fly out of the country on Thursday night ahead of a crucial 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier away in Sudan on Saturday.
The African champions rounded off their training in the country on Thursday morning with all 24 invited players involved and are expected to take off by 9pm.
The game at the weekend has been moved to the Municipal Stadium in Khartoum, which has an artificial pitch.
“We have been training at the Goal Project because of the artificial turf in Sudan,” said coach Stephen Keshi.
“But am not sure it’s going to be the same with the one here because I hear their’s is much newer and we don’t know if its first grade or second level but until we get there to find out.
“But all the same we have to take that out of our mind and just play 90 minutes and get out of there.”