The tour will round off the team’s preparations for the competition since their qualification several weeks ago.
Nine-time African champions Nigeria will head to the U.S. for a two-match tour in September.
The NFF Disciplinary Committee after its findings said it found Kano Pillars guilty of failing to control its officials and ensure proper conduct during the match.
The Falcons will take on Botswana on July 7 and Burundi on July 10 in group phase matches.
Peseiro had his first outing with Nigeria during the 1-2 loss to Mexico in a friendly on May 28.
Nigeria’s Flamingos drew goalless with their Ethiopian counterparts to advance to the 2022 FIFA U- 17 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers India.
The match was part of the Super Eagles preparations for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers.
Fans said the victory would assuage the feelings of Nigerians after the Super Eagles failed to qualify for the Qatar 2022 world cup.
NFF’s spokesperson, Ademola Olajire, in a statement, said Peseiro’s appointment is with immediate effect.
The list, released on Tuesday, has, as usual, team captain Ahmed Musa and forward Moses Simon.