Ghanaian goalkeeper Fatawu Dauda has revealed that the Nigerian League pays more than the Ghana Premiership.
Dauda who plays for Enyimba emphasized that aside the money which is sufficient; the facilities in Nigeria are also good as the government takes a critical look at it.
“You hardly see a bad pitch in Nigeria football. The state governments intervene and ensure the pitches which are generally synthetic are put in good shape.”Dauda told press men during Fred Pappoe’s manifesto launch.
“They also pay better than what the clubs in Ghana do.”
Dauda featured for Okwahu United and Ashanti Gold before moving to South Africa for his first professional stint in 2013.