Report - Broke NFF fail to pay Keshi
Keshi has not been paid
Keshi, who is on a monthly salary of five million Naira (over $31,000), has yet to be paid for the months of March, April and May, according to daily sports newspaper Sporting Life.
The Eagles coach has also yet to take delivery of an official car and a rented house in Abuja as promised by the NFF in the contract he signed in November.
The former international skipper has now been forced to move to his personal house in Benin City after the training camp of the national team closed last weekend at the end of the 2013 Nations Cup qualifier against Rwanda in Calabar.
The situation has not been helped by the poor financial position of the federation, who have shelled out a fortune to prosecute three straight full internationals this month.
The NFF are now short of funds and have already pulled out of two international competitions as a result.
The country’s team withdrew from the FIFA FUTSAL World Cup qualifying series and also an U15 team will no longer feature at an invitational tournament in Mexico because of the cash crunch.