Super Eagles players, Victor Moses and Isaac Success both of Chelsea and Watford FC respectively are currently the subject of a proposed investigation by the NFF to ascertain their reason for boycotting the Super Eagles camp.
Victor Moses and Isaac were both invited for Nigeria’s World Cup qualifying game which will hold Sunday at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola, Zambia.
The players however ditched camp with Victor Moses deciding to stay in London for treatment. Isaac Moses on the other hand gave reasons for not coming to camp because of the injury he incurred from Watford’s last Premier league game.
The NFF does not believe the pair of Victor and Isaac as they are about to conclude that they feigned their injury to exempt themselves from international duty.
Several other reports say that Victor Moses did not honour the invitation because of money in the range of N8.7 Million owed the player by the NFF. The debt was incurred as Victor Moses took care of his travel and other expenses while honouring previous invitations. According to reports, Victor Moses refused to travel down to Nigeria because he was not guaranteed that he would be paid.
The NFF, being broke as revealed had told the players to take care of their travel expenses for the Zambia Vs Nigeria game.
More details on this as they unfold.