NFF Exposed! Rohr’s Three Month Salary Still Not Paid

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Revelations have emerged that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) only paid Super Eagles Coach Gernot Rohr 50% of 3 months’ salary.

The Nigeria football governing body had claimed in a statement earlier this October that the Franco-German tactician has collected payment for the month of July and August and admitted that he’s yet to receive his September salary.

Contrary to that report, it has now been revealed that the NFF only paid 50% ( $75, 000) of his $150, 000 payment for three months.

Former NFF Reforms Committee member and BBC World Football Writer, Obayiuwana Osasu broke the news on social media today.

“I understand @thenff has paid 50% of the outstanding 3 months’ salary (USD 150,000) owed to @NGSuperEagles Manager Gernot Rohr.

“The remainder “will be paid soon.” Pinnick Amaju says “force majeure” is responsible for the lack of full payment.” Osasu’s tweet reads.

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