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The late Shuaibu Amodu….during the Federations Cup final between Enyimba of Aba and Sharks of Port Harcourt at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos. Photo by Femi Adebesin-Kuti
The late Shuaibu Amodu….during the Federations Cup final between Enyimba of Aba and Sharks of Port Harcourt at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos. Photo by Femi Adebesin-Kuti
‘He resigned since September 2015’
Edo State government has described as ‘untrue’ media reports that it is owing the late former Super Eagles coach, Shaibu Amodu, N25 million.
A statement by Peter Okhiria, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Adams Oshiomhole, made available to The Guardian yesterday, said the late Amodu worked with the state on a fixed-term contract, as Consultant/Technical Adviser of Edo State Football Development Programme, a football academy established by the state government to tap the talents of Edo youths and turn them into world stars.
He stated that Governor Oshiomhole gave Amodu the job because of how he was ‘shabbily’ treated by the NFF after he qualified Nigeria for the 2010 World Cup. “Amodu was placed on a monthly salary of N2 million, which made him the highest paid official of the Edo State Government,” Okhiria said.
“The said fixed-term contract was, however, not renewed on expiration based on the dwindling revenues and the necessary cuts in government spending. In spite of the fact that the said contract was not renewed, the late Amodu continued to draw his monthly wage of N2 million until it was stopped by the Office of the Accountant General in June, 2015, following the discovery after a staff biometric verification exercise.

“The late Amodu Shaibu, thereafter, tendered his ‘letter of resignation’ in September 2015, even when the said contract was not renewed and had been deemed terminated, following its non-renewal.
“However, on Wednesday, June 8 2016, two days before his unfortunate death, the late Shaibu submitted a letter to the Secretary to Edo State Government, dated same day, claiming unpaid salaries for four months, totaling N8 million only.
“In the said letter entitled: “Resignation of Appointment as Consultant/Technical Adviser. Re: Request for Payment of Outstanding Salaries”, Amodu stated, inter alia:
“May I respectfully recall that I resigned my appointment as Consultant/Technical Adviser of Football Development in  with effect from 30th September, 2015. The Resignation was as a result of my appointment as Technical Director of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF).

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