The Nigeria Football Federation has paid all outstanding allowances that are being owed to the Super Eagles players, coaches and backroom staff for the past three matches.
It was revealed that the NFF has now cleared all outstanding for the back to back AFCON qualifying matches against Libya in Uyo, in Tunisia and the match against Seychelles in Victoria, taking total bill played to about N98m.
The Federation has reportedly struggled to pay the allowances due to delay of its grants from the Government and has to reach out to sponsors to rescue the situation.
Eagles are back in the African Cup of Nations after they secured 1:1 draw in Johannesburg to stay on top of 2019 AFCON qualifier Group B with 10 points from five matches.
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