Reverend Ejike Mbaka a staunch supporters of deposed Nigeria Professional Football League Champions Enugu Rangers, has demanded the club refund the two million Naira he donated to them when they won the NPFL crown last year.
According to ScoreNigeria Rev. Mbaka said his donation to the team was not shared to the players and he has now issued a two-week ultimatum for his cash to be returned to him.
Sadly, the management in-charge when Rev Ejike Mbaka made the donations has since been dissolved by the state governor, whose office bankrolls the team, following an underwhelming start to their title defence.
However, according to the report, the preacher “has given the dissolved management led by Christian Chukwu two weeks to give him back the money, so that he could share the money to the players himself.”
Fresh allegations have also surfaced that the club engaged in all manner of fetish acts in an attempt to win matches.
It was alleged that the blood of goats and pigeons were often scattered around the pitch to give Rangers luck ahead of crucial matches.
However, some officials of the dissolved management of Enugu Rangers have debunked these claims.
The league win was the first for the South Eastern side in 33 years.