Reports reaching Ghanasportspage.com are that the Government of Nigeria has planned to make a provision of 100 buses to take spectators to the match venue for Nigeria and Ghana second leg clash in the World Cup qualifier play-offs.
The report has it that the government is taking this action following the increment of spectators to watch the game from 30,000 to 60,000.
On Tuesday, March 29th, Nigeria will host Ghana in a return leg of the World Cup qualifier play-offs at the Moshood Abiola Sports Stadium.
Initially, CAF ordered the Nigeria Football Federation to take only 30,000 spectators at the Moshood Abiola Sports Stadium but the Africa football governing body has once again approved the request of the NFF to welcome 60,000 fans to the match venue.
The buses will convey the fans to the stadium and drive them back at the end of the clash without any charges, ghanasportspage.com can confirm.
Rumour has it that the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development and the Minister of the Federal Capital of Abuja are working together to provide the busses at various centers in the city to the game center.
The first leg at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium welcomed 40,000 spectators but the NFF and the GoN are finding the possible ways to cheer up the Super Eagles for victory and qualify to the major tournament after a barren scoreline in Ghana.