Federation President Sam Nyamweya has also revealed that the team will also be paid Sh100, 000 for every goal scored against the Africa champions in Calabar
The federation chairman Sam Nyamweya further said the team will be paid Sh100, 000 for every goal scored and remained optimistic the Stars will shine.
"We have done our best as a federation to ensure this team gets the best preparations. On top of that we are promising them money as a motivation to go past Nigeria," he told Goal.com.
The match kicks-off at 6pm EAT and Kenya will revive their hopes for 2014 World Cup if they stop the African champions.
Stars however, face an uphill task because they have never won against the Super Eagles and have always gone down by at least 3-0 in their previous meetings in Nigeria.