Abuja - The ministerial committee appointed to resolve the Super Eagles bonus row has pointed to a lack of trust between the involved parties as the source of the ongoing row.
Olusegun Adeniyi, the chairman of the committee, said indiscipline, poor discipline and lack of mutual trust were to blame for reoccurring battles over bonuses for the Nigerian national team.
He accused Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi, his crew and the Nigeria Football Federation headed by Aminu Maigari of not working to avoid embarrassment to the nation.
“Bonus row has (sic) been a recurring challenge for our national administration. Why does this problem persist? The answer is simple: mutual mistrust by all the parties concerned, indiscipline on the part of the players and the lack of leadership by those charge of their affair,” Adeniyi said.
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