Victor Moses has kept to his word, with the Chelsea right wing-back finally reporting for international duty in Uyo on Wednesday afternoon.
It is confirmed that Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr will begin running the rule over Moses when the national team hold their second training session as from 1700 hours at Godswill Akpabio International Stadium.
As first reported by sportandstudy.org Moses did not show up at Le Meridien Ibom Hotel and Golf Resort until this afternoon because he had to sort out some issues and needed a rest.
For the first time in October, the German tactician will also monitor Chelsea loanee Ola Aina, Arsenal winger Alex Iwobi, Nantes defender Chidozie Awaziem and Gent winger Moses Simon on Wednesday evening.
Meanwhile, the Zambia National Team have landed in Abuja and will fly out to the Akawa Ibom State capital on Thursday, two days before the most important game in their history.
Nigeria can secure a World Cup berth with one game to spare if they beat Zambia on Saturday.