Former Super Eagles coach Amodu who until his death on Friday was the Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) died whilst he was owed seven months salary, fcnaija.com has gathered.
The Nigeria football family was on Saturday morning hit with another tragedy following the news of the death of the former four-time Super Eagles coach.
But in a revelation that galls the mind, it was revealed that the man who qualified his country for the 2002 World Cup had not been paid for seven months.
This was revealed By a former national team player Peterside Idah, while he paid tribute to the late gaffer on his official twitter account:
“My coach, my mentor ,my friend ,my boss is dead #RIPAmoduShuaibu
“NFF please pay the ones that are ALIVE got a call from him that he has not been paid for about 7 months.
“Amodu shuaibu elegant dresser and the most generous man I know on earth.death,death,death please leave us ALONE.” Idah tweeted.
His equally shocking death is coming barely three days of the death of his former assistant Late Stephen Keshi who died on Wednesday at 54.
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