One of the coaches with the Nigeria national team, Imama Amapakabo who was arrested in Abuja on Wednesday is now on his way to Enugu.
Amapakabo was sacked as Rangers coach over three months ago after the club felt it was time to part ways.
Speaking with ScoreNigeria, the CEO of Rangers, Christian Chukwu gave explanations why the law enforcement agency have been dragged in to help recover club items still in possession of their former coach.
"It is three months now since Imama left Rangers after he was relieved of his managerial role,” Chukwu began.
“He left with the club’s official car and the keys to his official accommodation.
“We have written to him three times to return the vehicle and house keys, but he has refused to comply.
“Right now our chief coach does not have an official car.
“The owner of the house has been asking us to come and remove our things and surrender the keys.
“But we cannot do that in the absence of Imama who owns the items in the house" the Rangers CEO stated.
Sadly, Amapakabo who is being ridiculed by Rangers at the moment led the club to their first title after a 32-year drought.
It is also been reported that Rangers are owing Amapakabo as much as N20m but while Chukwu failed to clear the air on that, he said the former coach has no right to go away with club property.