Mikel,Yobo and Enyeama stalls progress of bonus-row committee

The investigative committee set up by the Sports Minster,Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi to look into the bonus row that engulfed the Super Eagles team prior to the FIFA Confederations Cup,is still awaiting responses from big players like:John Obi Mikel,Joseph Yobo and Vincent Enyeama.
Abdullahi instituted the committee to look at what transpired in Namibia,during the 2014 World Cup qualifiers where the players refused to travel to Brazil for the Confederations cup following the slashing of their match-bonuses.
It is understood that the committee,which is also saddled with the responsibility of coming up with a code of conduct for the players and the coaches,are yet to get a feedback from players like Yobo,Mikel and Enyeama.
“We have contacted them (Yobo, Mikel and Enyeama) through every modern means of communication available but there has not been any response from them. But we have had quite a lot of work done with some other players, both active and retired, the coaches and the members of the NFF,” an official told The Punch newspaper.
“The truth is that the work has been very thorough with what has been available to us. We have a strict schedule and we hope to keep to that schedule,”he added.
Some of the people that have been spoken to by the committee include: NFF General Secretary,Musa Amadu, coach Stephen Keshi,and some others.

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