Adamu’s optimism comes after USA defeated Nigeria 2-1 in an international friendly.
“Keshi has only lost one match out of the friendly matches the team played in preparation for the World Cup, yet people are still criticising him.
“You can’t judge the team by the friendlies, but by how many friendly matches they have won, drawn or lost.
“So, if you go by that statistics, we are in a better place to say that we have a team that is going to do well in Brazil.
“I think we are not going to shame Nigerians,” Adamu said.
He said every other need for the team’s success in Brazil, especially the funds, have been released by the government, assuring that the fund would be disbursed according to requirements.
The NFA board member said the only way to justify government’s support for football was for the Super Eagles to surpass their previous World Cup record.
The team played a 2-2 draw against Scotland in London on May 28, a goalless draw against Greece on June 3, before losing 1-2 to the U.S. on June 7.
The Super Eagles will face their Iranian counterparts in their first Group F match at the World Cup on June 16, before engaging Bosnia-Herzegovina in their second match on June 21.