After consulting with his lawyers in Belgium and with legal minds at the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA), Nigeria’s senior soccer team’s chief coach Sunday Oliseh has revealed that the body owes him N10 million which is stipulated in his contract for accomodation (N5 million for 2015 and N5 million for 2016.
Besides, Oliseh disclosed that he has spent over 11,200 Euros to treat the virus he contracted whilst on national duty in Abuja and Port harcourt in October, stressing that he needs a prompt reimbursement which would be appreciated.
Consequently, Oliseh vowed not to stay in any hotel if the Eagles are not in camp pointing that: “I have nowhere to lodge should I come to Nigeria. I do not intend to stay in a hotel when the Super Eagles are not in camp.
“I remind you that my assistant Jean Francois Losciuto is forced to flee Nigeria to Togo as he has nowhere to stay in Nigeria at the moment, as he also awaits from you the owed accommodation fees.