The Super Eagles remain unbeaten in the Group B opening two games and sit atop with six points.
And they face the African champions - placed second in the group, four points adrift Gernot Rohr's men - at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium.
"It is a big plus representing your country. It is very important for us to take the game with everything we have,” Ogu told media.
"The Cameroonians are the African champions and it is going to be a difficult game but we are looking forward to win because we are playing in front of our fans and country. We believe we are going to win.”