Kano Pillars striker Gambo Mohammed and his agent have disagreed over why the player failed to fully pursue a move to Vietnam. Gamb...
Kano Pillars striker Gambo Mohammed and his agent have disagreed over why the player failed to fully pursue a move to Vietnam.
Gambo has said he did not have a valid visa to enter Vietnam, while his agent Eddie Nwafor said he could not have been allowed to board flight from Kano without a visa.
“I did not have a valid visa to Vietnam and they refused to let me proceed from Turkey,” claimed the Pillars striker.
However, UK-based Nwafor insisted Gambo had a visa to enter Vietnam.
“How will he leave Nigeria without a visa? The visa for Vietnam is a cable visa and Gambo’s name was No.9 of several other people. Vietnam confirmed the visa to the officials in Turkey,” said Nwafor.
“I paid $500 for his visa and I will now demand a refund after what happened.
“I don’t know what’s wrong with the boy, every time he changes his mind about playing overseas.”