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Saturday, 22 July 2017

Imama Amapakabo, Super Eagles Assistant Coach, ARRESTED In Abuja

Super Eagles assistant coach Imama Amapakabo was yesterday kept by police in Abuja for purportedly being in control of an auto and different properties having a place with Enugu Rangers, a while after he was sacked by Nigerian Professional League club.
Officers CEO,Christian Chukwu who affirmed this, said police followed up on the demand of the Club administration to recuperate Enugu State government properties as yet being held by the mentor.

"It is three months now since Imama left Rangers after he was diminished of his administrative part. He exited with the club's legitimate auto and the keys to his official settlement, Chukwu started.

"We have kept in touch with him three times to restore the vehicle and house keys, however he has declined to go along. At this moment our central mentor does not have an official auto.

"The proprietor of the house has been requesting that we come and evacuate our things and surrender the keys.

"However, we can't do that without Imama who possesses the things in the house" the Rangers CEO expressed.

The capture will influence the previous youth worldwide who is included with the CHAN Eagles who are set to start readiness in front of their crunch CHAN qualifying match.

In the mean time, Just as Rangers administration requested the capture of the previous mentor, for purportedly blasting without end with Enugu State government properties, the League Management Company (LMC) has reacted by requesting the club to pay the mentor a remuneration of N16.7 million for wrongful end of his agreement.

The LMC guided Rangers to pay Amapakabo different aggregates including N14, 560,000 speaking to his pay rates for April to October 2017 and remuneration for wrongful end, N1, 600,000 speaking to his pay for November and December 2016, N600, 000 which speaks to overdue debts of stipends and rewards and $725 which is universal travel remittance owed Amapakabo.

Additionally, the class body likewise fined the association champions the total of N5 million after its charged its secretary, Elder Joseph Onwukwe with infractions of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) Rules and Framework over the span of intervention procedures in the question between the club and its previous mentor, Imama Amapakabo.

Senior Onwukwe has in this manner been prohibited from all NPFL exercises for a time of one year.

He was charged for breaks of Appendix E1.5, Appendix E1.4 (Code of Conduct for Club Officials), C28 and C1 of the Framework and Rules for issuing dangers over the span of question determination procedures including mentor Amapakabo and Rangers and additionally to switch off his cell phone in an offer to decline to reveal and to avoid asked for data, constitute endeavors to amusement the framework and for refusal to aid the intervention procedures when asked for to do as such, in this manner damaging Rule C28.

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