The management of Kwara United said it will take appropriate action if Coach Bala Abubakar did not return to his duty post immediately after he unceremoniously resigned from the Ilorin based club last week.
Prince Thompson Oladimeji the Club Chairman stated this in Ilorin at a press briefing with sportswriters at the club’s Secretariat in Ilorin.
He expressed disappointment that with all the club did to make coach Bala comfortable to do his job he could abandon the ship at the middle of the sea.
Prince Oladimeji said salaries and other emoluments were paid to the coach in advance adding that only the players were owed two months salary areas because of the delay in allocations from the government.
He warned the Niger state born handler to return to his duty post or face the legal consequences because the Club’s lawyers have been briefed to take appropriate action.
According to him, the club’s official vehicle was still in his possession and he has an existing contract with the team.
He appealed to the government and stakeholders to support the Kwara utd as they prepare to face Rivers United in the NPFL match day 19 fixture in Ilorin on Sunday.