|Maigari: See the kind of maladministration in our football?|
*Keshi cannot complain of his unpaid salaries, allowances
It is no more a secret that former chairman of the Technical Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Christopher Green left for Faro, Portugal in First Class, he is back in the country and will return again in a matter of days all in First Class while the national team has had no equipment to train.
In addition, the Africa Independent Television (AIT) star sports programme, SportsFile, anchored by cerebral Salihu Ibrahim, the 2012 Television Reporter of the Year courtesy of the FCT Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN) was practically on fire this morning.
The troika of former Nigeria Football Association (NFA) image maker, Austin Mgbolu, FIFA Agent Emmanuel Omijeh and sports columnist Sylvestre Ikuejamoye seemingly conspired to say the whole truth without bars and were all smoking hot.
Along the line, Chris Green called onto the live programme where he attempted so hard to justify why coach Stephen Keshi who is owed four months salaries and allowances “has a clause that does not permit him to complain nor talk to the media.”
When asked if the denial of his salaries and allowances does not amount to official wrecklessness, the Board member of the illegal NFF just strolled round the logical question posed to him.
To wit, questions have started arising as to what type of contract did coach Stephen Keshi signed with his employers that practically enslaved him. Attempts to reach Ben Alaiya, the Super Eagles media officer for clarification proved abortive as his phone lines were switched off. An independent source reminded this reporter that he was in Faro with the national team.
Investigations has revealed that the national team players and officials were flown in Economy class. Just Maigari, the President and Green flew in the First Class. God save Nigerian football from the hands of the buccaneers damaging (instead of managing) the game!