- Players and officials of Rangers have cried out that they are yet to get access to the plots of land donated to them by Governor Ugwuanyi
- Rangers were last week handed a cheque of N41.5 million and a plot of land each by Governor Ugwuanyi
- Sources claim the cash gift from the Enugu governor has yet to be withdrawn from Zenith Bank
Barely seven days after Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu state handed a cheque of N41.5 million and a plot of land each to Nigerian league champions Rangers, players and officials of the team have cried out that they are yet to get access to the plots of land.
According to the players, they are yet to receive the cash, neither do they know where the land is located, Africanfootball.com reports.
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Speaking on the condition of anonymity, one of the players said: "My brother you are talking about documents of land at the moment, we don't know anything about the land talk less of the location of the land.”
Another player said that he is not from Enugu state and that football was the reason for his coming to the state.
He noted that he and his teammates were yet to be communicated where the plots of land are.
However, it was gathered that the cash gift from Governor Ugwanyi has yet to be withdrawn from Zenith Bank.
Recall that Rangers ended a 32-year drought for a title, after winning the Nigeria League title on October 2, following a 4-0 victory over visiting El-Kanemi Warriors.