Chairman, Nigeria Football Federation technical committee Chris Green revealed that the football body will pay the team’s bonuses and allowances before November 29.
There were media reports suggesting a plot by the Florence Omagbemi’s side threatening to boycott Kenya’s clash. They eventually won their Kenyan opponents 4-0 with goals on Saturdayfrom Ngozi Okobi, Faith Ikidi, Asisat Oshoala and Desire Oparanozie on the score sheet.
The reigning African champions had defeated Mali 6-0 before earning a 1-1 draw against Ghana in two opening matches.
The Super Falcons finished with seven points from 3 games and an impressive +10 goals difference.
“The NFF [Nigeria Football Federation] has approved your money [bonuses and allowances],” Green told the players and officials via telephone during their breakfast on Saturday.
“When you see me [Chris Green] in Cameroon next week [before the semi-final], I will come with your money.”
Green is expected alongside the NFF president Amaju Pinnick for the Super Falcons semi-final clash with South Africa at the Limbe Omnisport Stadium.
The team is expected to earn $4,000 as winning bonus and $2,000 as a bonus for a draw aside preparatory and tournament camping allowances in Cameroon.