Lagos - The camp of the Super Eagles in Calabar is coming alive following the arrival of five more players early on Tuesday afternoon.
Victor Moses, John Obi Mikel, Godfrey Oboabona, John Ogu and Bright Dike all joined other players in Calabar around 1pm local time.
Dike was a late inclusion in the team, as he replaced Uche Nwofor who is injured.
Media officer of the Super Eagles Ben Alaiya told News24 Nigeria that training will commence in the evening of Tuesday after all the players arrived.
Alaiya added that all invited players are already in the country, and there will be a full house available for coach Stephen Keshi for their first training session.
Nigeria hosts Ethiopia on Saturday in the return leg of the 2014 World Cup playoff. The African champions hold a 2-1 advantage going into the game.