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NFF queries Keshi

The Federation is annoyed that Keshi attended a media function organised by TomTom without their permission on a day he was billed to meet with the footballing body’s technical committee. They also want clarity on why Keshi travelled to the United States without their authorization earlier in the year when President Goodluck Jonathan was set to host the national side after their African Nations Championship campaign.
“It is important we draw your attention to previous actions whereby you travel out of Nigeria without NFF’s express permission,” read a NFF letter addressed to Keshi.
“Specifically you travelled out of Nigeria before 13 February 2014, the day President Jonathan received the Africa Nations Championship (Chan) team, causing us huge embarrassment.
“Your request for leave approved by the NFF was from 15 February – 10 March 2014 but you left before 13 February and returned 26 March.
“The technical committee meeting on 25 March was called off because you said you had flight hitches from USA. As a responsible organisation, we have no other option than to issue you a query to explain how all these events unfolded.”
The query, which was signed by Emmanuel Ikpeme, was issued to Keshi on Wednesday, and the former coach of Togo is expected to submit a reply today.

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