He said: “The team training will only be open to the media and public for the first 15 minutes for today (Tuesday) and Wednesday morning.
“Only Wednesday evening training will be open.”
Speaking in an interview on Channels Tv, Ibitoye also revealed that Skipper Vincent Enyeama, Ahmed Musa and Godfrey Oboabona are the players still being expected to join the Super Eagles training camp in Abuja.
Ibitoye said: “There are now 20 players at the Bolton White Hotel camp of the team including six from the domestic league.
[quote_center]“We are only expecting Enyeama, Ahmed Musa and Godfrey Oboabona.”[/quote_center]
Ibitoye however confirmed the withdrawal of Italy-based midfielder Joel Obi from the match who is yet to regain match fitness after he was side-lined by a muscle injury.
“The player has asked to be left out of the match.”
The Eagles will depart for Tanzania on Thursday, September 3 for the highly anticipated game.
Coach Sunday Oliseh invited 18 overseas-based professionals for his first game as coach of the Super Eagles when they square up against Tanzania on Sunday, September 6.