Harambee Stars Head Coach Sebastien Migne has finally been paid his November salary. 

The tactician had, for the second time, threatened to down his tools due to delay in payment of his salary and bonuses. 

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) CEO Robert Muthomi has however clarified that the tactician has now been sorted. 


"Coach has been paid today. Money was received from Ministry yesterday evening." Muthomi tweeted. 

"It's unfortunate that I've to keep reminding them about my salary and bonus. I should be reserving this energy to prepare the team for the future," Migne had told Nation Sport on Wednesday.

"Imagine if we had lost the matches, how will the situation be right now? I am not happy but I will talk to my manager and the president before making a final decision on this situation." He added. 

Migne is allegedly paid a basic salary of Ksh 1.5 Million monthly minus allowances and bonuses. He guided the National team back to AFCON after a decade and a half in the cold.