He said he was upset with the situation and that his employers are not giving him hope to continue the job.
“When it comes to money, I am disappointed because based on what I’m being owed I should have stopped working, my assistants should also stop working,” Oliseh told FootballLive.ng.
“They make people think I was paid in advance, which is not so and am still waiting to be paid. The only thing is that I just decided not to go public with it.”
His assistants Jean Louiscuito, Salisu Yusuf and Alloy Agu are yet to get their money for the past six months.
One of his assistants said the Super Eagles B are being owed two match bonuses and claimed it could mar the team’s preparation for next year’s African Nations Championship in Rwanda.
“If Oliseh is being owed three months and he’s not talking who are we to complain about our own six months?” one of the assistants told Complete Sport.
“The players are being owed two match bonuses and camping starts next week. With all this happening it won’t help the team’s preparations for the CHAN competition.”
A top source of the NFF told Goal that there was no cause for alarm as the country’s football house has agreed to pay the national team coaches every three months.
Oliseh who was named Super Eagles handler in July and has qualified the country for the final qualifying round of the 2018 Fifa World Cup and is expected to lead the country to the African Nations Championship in Rwanda.