The NFF released a press statement on Saturday night confirmed it had dismissed the former Eagles skipper two months after he signed a new two-year deal.
Keshi however confirmed that he will head to the Court of Arbitration for Sports to seek redress.
“I haven’t received any letter to that effect. Today is Saturday anyway,” Keshi told Complete Sports when asked for reactions to his sacking.
“Well they think their deceit will fool Nigerians? We’ll meet in CAS where justice will prevail.”