Players and officials of the Super Eagles, on Saturday arrived in Douala, where they will play the Central African Republic in a World Cup qualifier.
The Nigerian delegation touched down with a chartered flight which flew in from Abuja, the country’s capital.
They will take on the Wild Beasts three days after they suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to the same side in Lagos.
Karl Namnganda’s 90th-minute effort proved to be the winner, as CAR claimed their first victory in the series.
Ahead of the game, Gernot Rohr’s men remain top of Group C with six points from three matches.
CAR and Cape Verde are level in second place with four points.
Liberia sit bottom of the group with three points.
Central African Republic vs Nigeria: Super Eagles land in Douala