The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 revealed that it had agreed contract terms for Stephen Keshi to continue as coach of the country’s senior football team, the Super Eagles.
Making the announcement was the NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, who spoke to SuperSport during the half time break of an international friendly match between Nigeria and Uganda.
He said, “The executive committee of the NFF met today (Wednesday) and approved the recommendation of the technical committee for Keshi to continue as the country’s coach. It is now just left for Keshi to sign.”
Keshi’s new contract, which is to run for two years will see him earn N5 million every month, with N3 million for accommodation and N500,000 for transportation.