Former Super Eagles handler, Stephen Keshi has asked the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), to pay him a compensation of a billion naira for defamation.

Last week, AfricanFootball reported that the Big Boss has dragged the federation to court for “wrongful dismissal and defamation”.

A top source told the media house: “Keshi’s lawyers have demanded for a billion naira from the NFF as compensation for defaming their client.

The NFF received the letter from the Kaduna-based law firm on Friday.

Keshi was fired as the national team coach on July 5, after a disciplinary committee found him guilty of applying for the vacant Ivory Coast job

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