The Super Eagles of Nigeria has received a major boost as they prepare to take on the Bafana Bafana of South Africa in a crucial World Cup Qualifiers on Friday.

15 players arrived before Sunday but due to the industrial action by the organised labour which hampered the activities of the local fights stopped some players who were already in the country not to be in camp.

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On Tuesday afternoon, five stars stormed the Victor Attah international airport on board a private jet organised by the Nigerian Football Federation and were immediately to their hotel to meet up with their teammates for the launch hour.

Defenders Semi Ajayi, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Calvin Bassey all arrived including Premier League midfielder Frank Onyeka as well as Paul Onuacho.

Nigeria are still expecting the arrival of inform Ademola Lookman as well as former Arsenal man Alex Iwobi and goalkeeper Maduka and to arrive Uyo.

Meanwhile, the Eagles will be without African Footballer of rhe year, Victor Osimhen, CAF best player at the just concluded AFCON William Troost-Ekong, Zaidu Sanusi, Ola aina and Moses Simon due to injuries.

Super eagles will take on the bafana bafana of South Africa in Uyo on Friday as the match will kick off by 8pm Nigerian time and will then travel to Abidjan Cote D’Ivoire to face the cheetah of Benin Republic three days after.