Thursday host the Super Eagles at the Nigeria House in Nairobi.
“I want the team to rest after such a positive performance that earned
us victory over Kenya on Wednesday. But I have concluded plans to host
the entire delegation on Thursday evening,” said Ambassador Oyateru.
The top diplomat and his mission staff, who have given the Nigeria
Football Federation good support in planning for the Super Eagles’
comfortable stay in the Kenyan capital, were at the Moi International
Sports Centre to cheer the African champions.
Ambassador Oyateur added: “We are very happy with the Super Eagles’
performance, and this goes to show that their victory at the Africa
Cup of Nations in South Africa was no fluke. I believe they will win
in Namibia and go ahead to qualify for the 2014 World Cup finals.”
The Eagles’ delegation will fly out of Nairobi to Windhoek, via
Johannesburg, on Friday.
After the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Windhoek on Wednesday, the
delegation will then fly into South Africa on June 13 and connect to
Sao Paulo, Brazil for the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup tournament.
They will on June 14 arrive in Belo Horizonte, venue of their opening
match against Tahiti on June 17.