Emenike was the top scorer with four goals in the just concluded africa nations cup which the super eagles which the Super Eagles of Nigeria went on to win.
Emenike has told BBC Sport he feels neglected and abandoned by officials. "I do not expect to be pampered like a baby but you get the feeling some people only care about themselves," Emenike said.
"The coach has really let me down to be honest. He [Stephen Keshi] never even bothered to check up on me since the injury in South Africa. "Just a call is all it takes, instead my club have been very supportive for over a month. They have shown they value my fitness and overall health. "Even the Nigerian officials [NFF] refused to find out information concerning my state of health. It's a big shame and a complete sign of neglect on their part."
Nigeria's media officer Ben Alaiya has reacted angrily to Emenike's accusation.
"It's disappointing and totally absurd to hear him say that when he has since changed his mobile number," Alaiya insisted. "The coach has been trying to reach him. Luckily the team secretary was always in touch with him on a regular basis."We expect more from him as a professional player but statements like that are unacceptable.
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"I am only speaking out now because they think everything is all about money. "Just a telephone call to show you care could go a long way to motivating someone at a difficult time."
The Russia-based striker, who was expectedly left out of the country's squad for this month's World Cup qualifier against Kenya, is hoping to return to action in late April.
source: Bbc sports