The lights at the M.K.O Abiola Stadium in Abuja went off as the Black Stars were training ahead of their game against the Super Eagles of Nigeria, according to Ghanaian journalist, Yaw Ofosu.
In a video posted online, the Black Stars had to stop training and sing before the lights came back.
Nigeria has electricity problems but it is not clear if the light out at the 60,000 capacity stadium was a technical fault or a means to stop the Ghana national team from training.
The second leg of the World Cup Qualifying game betweenn Ghana and Nigeria will take place on Tuesday, 29 March at 17hrs GMT.
This two countries have met 57 times. Ghana has won 25 of the games, 12 wins for Nigeria and 20 draws.
The first leg of the game ended goalless at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium last Friday. The winner of the game will be among the five countries from Africa that would represent the continent at the World Cup in Qatar in November this year.