The delegation of Swaziland’s Sihlangu Somnikati to Tuesday’s 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying encounter with the Super Eagles will stay at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Port Harcourt.
Chief Executive Officer of the National Football Association of Swaziland, Frederick Mngomezulu, disclosed to the Nigeria Football Federation that the Sihlangu delegation would depart from Swaziland on Saturday, and travel via Arik Air from Johannesburg on Saturday night, to arrive in Lagos on Sunday morning.
The delegation will then fly to Port Harcourt Sunday morning aboard another Arik Air flight from Lagos.
NFF officials and the Rivers State Government have reserved rooms for the delegation at the Golden Tulip, while the Super Eagles are staying at the Hotel Presidential.
The Sihlangu delegation is made up of 18 players and 10 officials.
Football’s world governing body, FIFA, has appointed Namibian officials to take charge of Tuesday’s encounter.
Jackson Pavaza will be the referee, with Isaskar Boois, Christof Alfred Vries and Leston Nangombe as assistant 1, assistant 2 and fourth official respectively.
Bester Kalombo from Malawi will be the referee assessor with Ethiopian Luleseged Begashaw as match commissioner.Uncover how I make $750 weekly on Facebook using never been revealed Social Media tools.