Top Nigerian clubs have been paid their share of 761,000 dollars recovered by anti-graft agency EFCC from a television broadcast agent.
EFCC is set to recover another 317,000 dollars from the TV broadcast agent as well as a former sponsor of the league.
The clubs to benefit from this largesse will be those who featured in the now defunct Nigeria Premier League (NPL).
Some principal executives during the NPL era were also paid off from the recovered money.
Television rights sales during the NPL era were shrouded in controversies amid allegations of brazen fraud.
It was alleged that the league got less than 10% of the broadcast cash over a period of six years.