NFF Pay Private Firm Staggering $540,540 For Staff Claims, Training Camps
Did you know that the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) paid to a private company Full Range Limited the sum of $540,540 supposedly to offset staff outstanding claims?
This payment according to the NFF was on January 5, 2015 to Full Range Limited (UBA account 3001673673).
This money was not paid to the individual bank accounts of the affected staff, who are predominantly civil servants.
And further investigations proved the staff did not receive a kobo in this regard.
This same Full Range Ltd was also a conduit pipe to pay for training camp of the U23 and U20 male national teams $288,123.
This was on the same January 5, 2015, staff outstanding claims were
This meant that the total money siphoned from the NFF coffers to Full Range Ltd, a private company, was $828,663.
The NFF staff also got another raw deal from their bosses after they claimed to have put them through a computer appreciation training twice.
The first computer training NFF claimed cost $29,655.19, while the second was $20,000 in 2015.
NFF staff interviewed said they were never trained on computer appreciation.
Who were those who lined up their pockets with such hefty sums?
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