The NSC said it would reward the Nigerian football team with a $100,000 payout if they beat Morocco in the quarter-final of CHAN on Saturday.
Nigeria and Morocco go head to head in what is likely to be a closely-contested CHAN 2014 quarter-final match in Cape Town on Saturday.
Morocco and Zimbabwe booked their places in the CHAN quarter-finals after seeing off Uganda and Burkina Faso respectively on Monday.
Uganda put themselves in the driving seat in Group B following a 2-1 win over Burkina Faso in Sunday's round of CHAN fixtures.
The third edition of the CHAN takes place in South Africa this year, with Burkina Faso, Morocco, Uganda and Zimbabwe set to battle it out in Group B.
The 2014 edition of CHAN promises to be an interesting spectacle for those who have their eyes on potential rising stars.
Yaya Toure will be looking to scoop the African Player of the Year for a third successive time following the confirmation of the nominees.
Morocco fought their way back from goal down to earn a 1-1 draw with South Africa in a friendly clash at the Agadir Stadium on Friday night.
Bafana captain Itumeleng Khune believes Morocco will be fueled by revenge when the sides clash in an international friendly on Friday.
Gordon Igesund is expected to lead a young but potentially exciting team into action against Morocco in Agadir on Friday night.
The first ever FIFA Club World Cup to be staged on African soil will also see the introduction of goal-line technology on the continent.
CAF are stepping up their testing of players at age group levels in order to expose those turning out in the wrong age groups.
Morocco claimed the first win of their 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign with a 2-1 win over Tanzania at the Stade de Marrakech on Saturday.
Tanzania will look to maintain the pressure on Cote d'Ivoire with victory over Morocco in Saturday's 2014 World Cup qualifier in Marrakech.