Former coach of the Super Eagles of Nigeria, Sunday oliseh is set to appear before the House of Representatives committee on sports in Abuja on Thursday. It is not clear if the house intends to probe his resignation or if it’s going to be the normal listening spree that we have seen over the years.
Oliseh resigned when the job hit its hardest rock as the Eagles are scheduled to play a must win encounter against the Pharoahs of Egypt. Failure to win means Nigeria will be at a risk of not participating in the next Africa Nations Cup.
Oliseh complained of violations of contract terms and non-payment of his salaries, entitlements and those of his assistants; protested the sacking of his assistant Tijani Babangida, complained of non-fulfilment of the NFF’s promise to get him an accommodation in Abuja and about not receiving help from the NFF to prosecute the double-header AFCON 2017 qualifiers against the Pharoahs of Egypt, among others.