The Super Eagles camp has been bubbling since Monday as many of the players invited for the pair of international friendly matches against Uganda and South Africa have arrived, goal reports. Among the early birds from Europe was Odion Ighalo. His arrival increased the number of players at the Le Meridien Hotel in Uyo as at dinner time on Monday. Godfrey Oboabona, Azubuike Egwuekwe , Kenneth Omeruo, Akeem Latifu, Ogenyi Onazi, Leon Balogun and Ahmed Musa were also already in camp.
Also in camp were Aaron Samuel and Moses Simon while goalkeeper Chidiebere Eze and striker Mfon Udoh were the only two home-based among the early birds of the twenty-eight invited for the March friendlies. Goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama has also arrived the Uyo camp in readiness for his 100 caps milestone if he plays against Uganda. Nigeria will take on the Cranes of Uganda at the Akwa Ibom International Stadium at 6pm on Wednesday before travelling to South Africa for their game against Bafana Bafana in Nelspriut on March 29.