Super Eagles arrived Guinea-Bissau ahead of their Africa Cup of Nations , second-leg match with the Djurtus.
The 22-man squad and officials touched down in Bissau Sunday afternoon, and were received by a small group of Nigerian fans on arrival.
The three-time African Champions had a light training in the evening after the press engagement.
Nigeria lost 1-0 to Guinea-Bissau, no thanks to a first-half strike from Troyes’ forward Mame Balde.
The win moved them top of Group A with the seven points, but Nigeria can reclaim the top spot should they win in Bissau.
The fixture will be played at the Septembro 24 Stadium on Monday.
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