Abuja - The Nigeria Football Federation has hastily secured a friendly for the Super Eagles against the Cranes of Uganda.
The Uganda team will now replace Bolivia who on Tuesday, pulled out of a March 26 friendly for security reasons, as the Nigeria general elections is billed to hold on March 28.
The game against Uganda will now hold a day earlier – March 25, and at same venue – Uyo Stadium.
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However, NFF says it will later deal with the case of Bolivia’s pullout in the eleventh hour, but would like to concentrate on the Uganda friendly for now.
“Their excuses do not hold any water. But we have spoken to our lawyers and will approach FIFA on the matter,” NFF FIFA Match Agent, Jairo Pachon said.
Already, Super Eagles handler Daniel Amokachi has released a list of 28 players for the game against Uganda and South Africa on March 29.
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