Head Coach of Heartland Queens cries out over unpaid salaries
She joined the Nigeria Women’s Premier League (NWPL) outfit in 2017 from now-defunct COD United Ladies, following the disbandment of the Lagos based women’s team.
The former Super Falcons coach says she has not received a dime from her employers since her engagement in 2017, while narrating her ordeal.
“All I want is to be paid my accumulated salaries for what I have laboured for. I need someone who can draw the attention of the governor to my situation for him to issue an order to pay me.
“By my calculation, I am being owed over six million naira but my family is suffering. I was not given accommodation, transportation nor other incentives all through this period.”
Efforts to extract a response from the Imo state government proved fruitless as officials of the sports ministry declined to comment on the matter.
Heartland are drawn against holders Rivers Angels, Ibom Angels, Royal Queens, Osun Babes, FC Robo Queens, Delta Queens and Adamawa Queens in Group B for the 2020 season.
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