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.
Missing IAAF Grant Is Nigeria's Latest Show of Shame
Guardian, 24 May 2019
In order to examine the unfolding disgrace in Nigeria's athletics space, it is important to establish the facts. Read more »
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 »
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