By Victor Okoye
Enyimba will travel away for the first leg, which is scheduled for May 16, while the reverse fixture will take place a week later in Aba.
The two-time African champions finished top of Group A, following a nervy 1-0 win against South Africa’s Orlando Pirates on Wednesday.
Should they progress into the last-four, they will face either Raja Casablanca of Morocco or Orlando Pirates.
The Aba giants are looking to make history as the first Nigerian club to win the CAF Confederation Cup.
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