Super Eagles duo Oghenekaro Etebo and Daniel Akpeyi have written a petition to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission over the inability of former club Warri Wolves to pay their outstanding wages.

Etebo and Akpeyi are among 34 players who signed the petition claiming the second division club is owing them a total of N300m salaries and sign-on fees since 2014.

Nigeria Football Federation president, Pinnick Amaju was chairman of the club during that period until he attained his current role in September 2014.

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Etebo played for two seasons between 2013 and 2015, while goalkeeper Akpeyi played for one term.

According to Vanguard, other Nigeria internationals named in the list include Abu Azeez, Stanley Dimgba and Azubuike Egwuekwe.

Etebo has since left the Warri club and recently joined English Championship club Stoke City after spells in Portugal and Spain.

Akpeyi joined South African club, Chippa United after he left Wolves in 2015.

Warri Wolves, who were relegated to the Nigeria National League in 2016, are currently struggling to stay in the second-tier league following internal administration crisis.

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