Lagos - Former Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi has reportedly
demanded the Nigerian Football Federation pay him a compensation package worth
1 billion Naira.
The tactician was sacked just a few weeks after signing a
new deal as Super Eagles head coach following claims he had applied for the
vacant role with the Ivory Coast team.
Also read: Onigbinde says NFF may have breached contract with Keshi
Keshi's lawyer has since contacted the NFF regarding the
demands, with an unnamed official telling African Football: "We have
received the notification.
"But we did not get it directly. We got it from the
National Sports Commission.
"I don't think it’s something we should be discussing,
but I can confirm that we have received the letter addressed to us through the
National Sports Commission."For
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