Cash will not be the concern of the Super Eagles when they face African champions Cameroon in crunch World Cup double headers from August after the government released money for that purpose.
The NFF leadership met with Nigerian acting president Yemi Osinbajo last week after which the cash was made available to the federation.
A top official said: “The NFF have the cash for the World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon thanks to the generosity of the federal government.
“The NFF also got the cash for the AFCON qualifier against South Africa and had the Eagles won, they would have been paid their win bonus immediately after the game.”
Nigeria will welcome the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon on August 27 in Uyo with the reverse game in Limbe four days later.
The Eagles are top of their qualifying group for the 2018 World Cup with six points from two matches.
Cameroon are second on two points, while Zambia and Algeria are on a point each.