There are indications that players of recently relegated Nigeria Premier League side FC Taraba may be resuming protests over their unpaid wages.
366football.com learnt that the latest promise by the Taraba State government to pay the players four months out of their 11 months unpaid wages has been reneged upon yet again.
One of the aggrieved players exclusively told 366football.com that they may be storming the Government House yet again on Monday December 14, to press home their demands.
“We may resume our protests again on Monday” the player began. “The agreement we had was that they will pay us four months on Friday (Dec. 11) but that is no longer going to happen, the Secretary to the State government is saying he will only approve two months, all this rubbish has to stop, we are professional players not beggars” the angered FC Taraba player added.
Recall that recently the protesting FC Taraba players were assaulted by soldiers; a development that has been condemned by many including the League Management Company, and Players’ Union, APFON.