Nigeria is a blessed country plagued by bad leaders, despite the tremendous efforts of the super Falcons who will believe they are still owed some incentive.
On Wednesday night, the Super Falcons refused to leave their hotels as they boycott training and protest over unpaid bonuses and allowances owed to them for years, and they still haven’t received their bonuses and allowances for the current Africa Women’s Cup of Nations
A meeting was held with Nigerian Football Association officials on Wednesday morning over the years-long affair.
The nine-time African champions meet Zambia’s Shepolopolo for third place after failing to qualify for the finals. The game will take place at the Stade Mohammed V Casablanca on Friday.
They should be paid what they deserve after the hard work they put into this game.
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