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Finally, Federal Government releases N358m to Super Falcons

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Finally, Federal Government releases N358m to Super Falcons

The Workplace of the Accountant Common of the Federation on Friday mentioned it has launched to the Central Financial institution of Nigeria the fee mandate of $1.17m (N358m) to settle the allowances of the victorious tremendous falcons.

The fee was confirmed by a press release from the OAGF signed by the Director, Info, Mrs Kene Offie.

It additionally mentioned extra N113m has been launched to pay the excellent profitable bonuses for the Tremendous Eagles within the 2018 World Cup Qualifying matches.

The assertion mentioned the discharge of the fee mandate to the CBN was sequel to an earlier approval given by the Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun.

The assertion learn partly, “The workplace of the accountant normal of the federation has launched the mandate to Central Financial institution of Nigeria for fee of naira equal of $1,173,820.00 at N305/$ to Nigeria Soccer Federation to pay excellent profitable bonuses for Tremendous Eagles within the 2018 World Cup Qualifying Matches and for the Tremendous Falcons’ participation within the 10th Girls’s Africa nations Cup. 

“That is in furtherance of the approval from Hon Minister of Finance for the mentioned quantity to be paid. 

“The mandate which is a sum of 300 and Fifty-Eight Million, fifteen thousand, One Hundred naira solely has been paid by Central financial institution of Nigeria as at yesterday 15th December, 2016.

“Equally, one other mandate for the sum of 100 and 13 million, Eight Hundred and Twenty thousand, Six Hundred and Two naira solely has additionally been launched by the Workplace of Accountant Common of the Federation for the fee of wining bonus for Tremendous Eagles within the 2018 World Cup Qualifying matches; and for the Tremendous Falcon’s participation within the 10th Girls’s Africa Nation’s Cup. 

“This quantity has additionally been paid to Nigeria Soccer Federation and is equally sequel to the approval of the Honourable minister of Finance.”

Supply:punchNG

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