Missing IAAF Grant Is Nigeria's Latest Show of Shame
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is set to launch an investigation into the 'disappearance' of U.S.$135,000 that the International Association of Athletics Federations mistakenly granted to the Athletics Federation of Nigeria. An error was made in the payment of U.S.$150,000 instead of U.S.$15,000 and the association is now demanding the return of the balance or Nigeria may face sanctions.
IAAF Missing Grants - AFN President Faces Sack
Vanguard, 23 May 2019
Athletics Federation of Nigeria members who participated in 'sharing' the US$135,000 being an overpayment of grants by the world athletics ruling body IAAF have been given three… Read more »
Revealed - How IAAF's U.S.$135,000 Was 'Spent'
Guardian, 23 May 2019
The main actors in the IAAF's 'missing' $135, 000 saga yesterday revealed how the money was 'spent' by the sports ministry and some key officials of the Athletics Federation of… Read more »
Minister, AFN in Marathon Meeting Over IAAF's 'Missing' $135,000
Guardian, 22 May 2019
Sports Minister, Solomon Dalung and board members of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN) held a marathon meeting yesterday to find ways of dodging possible sanctions by… Read more »
EFCC Set to Probe Ministry Over IAAF's 'Missing' $135,000
Guardian, 21 May 2019
After several months of 'silence,' the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is set to launch an investigation into the 'disappearance' of $135,000, which the world… Read more »
The International Association of Athletics Federations mistakenly granted the Athletics Federation of Nigeria U.S.$150,000 instead of U.S.$15,000. The amount paid was supposed to ... Read more »