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.

Television rights sales during the Nigerian Premier League era were shrouded in controversies amid allegations of brazen fraud.

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It was alleged that the league got less than 10% of the broadcast cash over a period of six years.