Lagos - The Federal government of Nigeria has taken the
responsibility to pay Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi, who is being owed for
five months by the Nigeria Football Federation, PM News report.
Keshi and his coaching crew are being owed 78 million naira.
The head coach earns 5 million naira monthly.
Sport minister Bolaji Abdulahi said President Goodluck
Jonathan has waded into the matter and is set to settle all outstanding debts.
Keshi led Nigeria to win the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in February,
a feat achieved after 19 years.
He also qualified the country for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in
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