Morocco recently became the first African country to introduce the Video Assistant Referee to its domestic league competition (below), while several other league competitions have since the 2018/2019 season adopted its usage.
It was first used on Saturday the 9th of November in a match between TAS Casablanca and Difaa El Jadida. VAR was also previously used at the Afcon 2019 from the quarter-final stage on.
The Video Assistant Referee works by using video footage and a headset for communication and was first used for a major competition at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals in Russia.
Nigerian soccer pundits and fans don't see this happening in Nigeria - at least not soon.
For starters, there is the issue of uninterrupted electricity or power that must first of all be adequately taken care of.
Then there is the question of the state of the art equipment needed for the review process as well the streamlined and secured gadgetry needs by officials off the field to communicate with the referee on the field.
Then there are the modalities on the maintenance of these devices and the problem of insecurity in the stadia, especially that of violence on match days (below), that must be adequately addressed just in case a VAR decision goes a certain set of fans know for their thuggery