League boss leads Nigeria to CHAN qualifier
Nigeria won the first leg in Port Harcourt 2-0 a week ago with the overall winners advancing to the CHAN final tournament in Rwanda in January.
A chartered ARIK Air aircraft will fly out of the Port Harcourt International Airport at about 5.30pm Nigeria time, and will land in the Burkinabe capital after about two-and-half hours.
NFF 2nd Vice President. Shehu Dikko will lead a delegation that also includes chairman of NFF technical committee, Felix Anyansi-Agwu; deputy general secretary Emmanuel Ikpeme; deputy director of competitions, Ayobola Oyeyode and assistant director of communications, Ademola Olajire.
There will also be 22 players, 13 technical and backroom staff, a number of stakeholders, some NFF staff, a couple of media representatives and members of the Nigeria Football Supporters Club.
The Super Eagles will have the official training at the August 4 Stadium in Ouagadougou on Saturday evening, with the match to start at 4.00pm (5pm Nigeria time) on Sunday at the same venue.