According to reports, the Nigeria Football Federation owe Super Eagles manager, Sunday Oliseh, three months salaries.
The coach has not been paid since September. He was only paid in advance the sum of N15 million covering the period from July to September 2015.
One of his assistants says that due to the owed entitlements, Oliseh may not join the Home Eagles for the forthcoming African Nations Championship in Rwanda next January.
“The players are being owed two match bonuses and camping starts next week. With all this happening it won’t help the team’s preparations for the CHAN competition.”
Speaking with FootballLive.ng, Oliseh said he was disappointed by the situation and the NFF has left him with little hope to continue with his job. He also said that his assistants – Jean Louiscuito, Salisu Yusuf and Alloy Agu- have not received salaries in six months.
However, a top source of the NFF told goal.com that there was no reason to worry as it has agreed to pay the coaches every three months.