Nigerian football fans who would be in Uyo to cheer the Super Eagles in the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier against Algeria next month should be prepared to pay good money to purchase their match ticket.
This is because the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF and the Akwa Ibom State Government have resolved to hike the cost of tickets for the match as one of the crowd control measures they are putting in place ahead of the game.
The stadium was filled to the brim when the Eagles hosted Tanzania there last month in match that was only a dead rubber.
Against Algeria, the NFF is envisaging it would be a full house and is already taking steps to ensure that there wont be a repeat of what happened in Kaduna when Nigeria hosted Egypt in a Nations Cup qualifier.
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