Former Enyimba FC coach drags club to court over N3.4m debt

Former Enyimba FC coach drags club to court over N3.4m debt

May 21, 2019 0 By gospel

Former Enyimba FC coach drags club to court over N3.4m debt

Former Enyimba FC coach…The previous Coach of Enyimba International F.C., Samson Unuanel, on Tuesday dragged the club under the watchful eye of the National Industrial Court, Abuja over supposed unpaid N3.450 million, is the equalization of his sign-on-expense.

Former Enyimba FC coach drags club to court over N3.4m debt

Unuanel, who is the present Coach of Osun United, is likewise looking for a request of the court for an installment of N100 million as general harms and another N10 million for the expense of indicating the suit.

At the point when the issue came up for notice before Justice Kiyersohot Damulak on Tuesday, the petitioner’s insight, Mr. Ayodele Justice educated the court that the respondent had been presented with procedures.

The barrier counsel, Mr. Chidike Iheukwumere accordingly attested that they had been served and they had thusly served the petitioner’s guidance with Memorandum of appearance and Statement of resistance.

The judge said that the litigant in the announcement raised an issue verging on the absence of locale of the court.

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Damulak anyway questioned a point additionally raised by the resistance requesting the exchange of the case to Owerri Division of the Industrial Court.

The judge educated the court that he came up short on the ability to exchange a case allocated to him by the leader of the court to another division.

He further said that he would address the issue of whether the court needed locale to engage the case at the perfect time.

He additionally suspended the issue until June 6 for hearing.

The Inquirer, Unuanel in his announcement of realities said he was utilized as Chief mentor by the respondent for a season contract panning through 2009/2010 football season.

He further affirmed that he was put on sign-on-charge of N5.5 million and at the lapse of the agreement in 2011, he was just paid the aggregate of N1.750 million and later an extra portion of N300,000, totaling N2.050 million.

The mentor said he moved toward the court to look for change when the litigant neglected to pay the rest of the parity of N3.450 million.

News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN), reports that Unuanel was a previous Kwara United, Niger Tornadoes, Sunshine Stars Coach and Assistant Coach of Nigeria’s Women National group, Super Falcons.

NAN likewise reports that the mentor had recorded a comparative suit against Sunshine Stars of Ondo under the watchful eye of a similar court