NFF Crisis: Coalition of Civil Society Groups Task Supreme Court

The coalition of civil society organizations in Nigeria says it is compelled by public outcry to add her voice and engage in the assessment of the crisis rocking the leadership of Nigeria football.

In a press conference in Abja, the group said in cognisance with its vision at making all aspect of our national life meaningful, it has become important certain insinuations are clarified for the purpose of peaceful co existence of all football stakeholders in Nigeria.
The national president of the group Ishaku Nok said Nigeria as a football loving nation, people cannot be bamboozed by some group of individuals who are purporting that Nigeria would be banned if the supreme court gives justice on the matter because they are bent on staging illegality on legality.
Comrade  Ishaku said:" we have done independent assesment on this matter and found out that there  are really crisis at the NFF because the Amaju led faction has not been authouritatively sworn in. We also found out that there is a Supreme Court case between Chris Giwa and Amaju pinnick, but that the ascertions made by the Amaju led group that Nigeria will be banned by FIFA if the judgement doesnot favour them is untrue because Argentina as a country had leadership tussule like this which was decided by their supreme court and FIFA did not ban them.
We want to correct the impression that the Super Eagles would be expleled from the 2018 World cup qualifiers if if amaju led faction loses.
We want to urge the justices of the Supreme Court to go ahead and give their verdict without fear or favour because their decision will strenghten the unity of football stakeholders, he said

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