President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, would today host members of the national team, Super Eagles, before they jet out for the 2018 world cup.
The players were meant to meet with the President yesterday, May 29th which was also democracy day in Nigeria but the meeting was postponed.
Buhari would now receive the players at about 10am inside the Federal executive chambers before the weekly Federal executive council (FEC) meeting.
CONFIRMED: President @MBuhari will receive the #SuperEagles by 10am inside the Federal Executive Chambers before they jet out to #England on a chartered flight #Nigeria #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/85te6Pqyi7
— Samm Audu, FIFA (@FIFAWorldCupNGA) May 29, 2018
The Eagles will then depart Abuja for England on a chartered flight as they are set to play the three Lions of England in an international friendly on June 2.