Tailor Calls Out NFF For Refusing To Pay For Super Eagles’ Outfit.

The CEO of GT Stitches, Esimaje Awani, has called out NFF for refusing to pay for the ceremonial outfit he made for Super Eagles during the world cup. The tailor who made the Super Eagles’s World Cup Outfit revealed that NFF has failed to pay him the outstanding payment since the competition ended.

Esimaje Awani took to his Instagram page to call out the football association. He mentioned that NFF’s President Amaju Pinnick is no longer picking his calls and he might get to sue them. He wrote on Instagram;

“NFF refused to pay for ceremonial outfit almost one year after World Cup!! This can only happen in Nigeria. My brother Amaju has stopped picking my calls cos of money. Someone at the office told me the court is my only option. What a shame.

Pls let NFF come and say their part. I have not been paid period. Some persons might not be patient as I was on the subject matter”

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Super Eagles Players rocking outfit made by GT Stitches

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Esimaje Awani had made a uniform White and green outfit for the Super Eagles players, beautifying the outfit with a cheast covering embroidered eagle. The players had rocked the outfit with matching hats and shoes.

Recall that Awani’s identity was revealed by a social commentator named Freed om Atsepoyi who is popularly known as Mr. Jollof.

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