The Super Falcons of Nigeria were paid a paltry sum of $1000 out of the $10,000 owed them by the NFF according to report.
According to Osasu Obayiuwana, BBC World Football Correspondent and former NFF reforms Committee member he dropped the hint on his verified Twitter handle on Wednesday night.
His tweet read: “Players of the Super Falcons have reportedly received $1000 of the minimum $10,000 they are entitled to.
“Coach Randy Waldrum got $2000 and assistant coaches $1500, Backroom staff got $1000 each. When will they be paid the remaining cash”? he asked rhetorically.
Recall that players of the Super Falcons did not take part in the training that was scheduled for Wednesday morning in Casablanca.
Obayiuwana, further blasted the President of the NFF Amaju Pinnick for wasting funds after he flew on a private jet to Morocco for the WAFCON and back to Nigeria for the trophy presentation to Nigeria Professional Football League champions Rivers United last Sunday.
“How does the NFF president fly on a private jet to Morocco, and to attend the LMCNPFL trophy ceremony in Port Harcourt, when the Super Falcons have bonuses unpaid? Even if he paid for the jet from his pocket, is that a good use of funds.”