Super eagles of Nigeria has refused to leave for airport as they protest over unpaid bonuses.
The falcons were eliminated last night in the round of 16th at the ongoing FiFA women’s world cup by Germany, and they were suppose to leave for airport this morning.
The super falcons are demanding for their unpaid match bonuses to be paid before they leave the hotel.
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Super falcons demand bonuses they are owed from two matches, against Gambia and Senegal two years ago.
This two bonuses amount to $5,600 and the players claim they have been paid only half of the money, the players were also owed five days of daily allowance while at the World Cup.
The players are also demanding their share of the World Cup participation fee from FIFA, which is not scheduled to be paid out until September.
Nigeria’s women’s team also staged a protest over bonuses after winning the 2016 African title in Cameroon. The team also sat in at a South African hotel for three days in 2004 after winning the African title until outstanding allowances were paid.