NNL: Kogi Utd Players Protest Unpaid 6-match Bonus

Crisis has yet to seize as Players of Kogi United Football Club are protesting their six matches unpaid entitlements, SavidNews can authoritatively report.
SavidNews Nigeria on Tuesday received on strong authority that the players are yet get their match bonuses since three months with only one league match to play to end it current league campaign.

Top sources who pleaded anonymity informed SavidNews that the players have mobilized to visit it anger on Mr Ahmed Suleiman, the Team Manager’s residence after been informed he was in possession of their match entitlements.

SavidNews was told that the National League’s TM has continued to pacify the players since many complains has continued to increase after reports that the funds were already collected from the Kogi State Sports Ministry by the TM.

Another source in the Ministry of Sports indicated that the players and officials of Kogi United are not owned any coin, noting that all the salaries and bonuses have been paid.

SavidNews recalls that Team Manager, Ahmed Suleiman was suspended for six matches by the Nigeria Football Federation three weeks ago only began serving this ban on week 29 match but escorted the team to Kaduna for the inclusive encounter with Ranchers Bees.

SavidNews also has it on strong intel that the former U-20 Team Cordinator under the Alhaji Sanu Lulu’s Nigeria Football Federation administration has been queried by the Kogi State Sports Council on grounds poor management of Kogi United.

Efforts to get reactions from the club’s Team Manager were to no avail as the calls made to his phone were not answered.

Troubled Kogi United is currently on it way out of the Nigeria National League with five points adrift nearest safe club – sits on fourteen with 28 points from 29 matches.

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