Both players missed last month’s friendly win against South Africa in Durban. They were also in the fore front as regards the bonus row which almost stopped the Eagles from turning up at the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil.
Skipper Enyeama will later lead other players out for training on Tuesday at the UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar.
Others at the training were Mikel, goalkeepers Austin Ejide and Chigozie Agbim, new Rizespor of Turkey new recruit Godfrey Oboabona and James Okwuosa, who was the first in on Monday.
Brown Ideye, Solomon Kwambe, Benjamin Francis, Azubuike Egwuekwe, Ogenyi Onazi, Uche Nwofor also participated in the training.
Other players who have arrived camp are Efe Ambrose, Sunday Mba, Ahmed Musa, Obinna Nsofor and Victor Moses.
Coach Stephen Keshi said he is happy with the response of the players and he expects a good game against Malawi on Saturday.