NFF congress to hold in Warri – Official

Aminu Maigari

The Nigeria Football Federation [NFF] general assembly will hold in Warri, Delta State, an official has said.

The new date for the event is expected to be announced soon.

The NFF general assembly was previously scheduled for August 26 in Abuja.

An executive member of the NFF who asked not to be named because he was not authorised to speak on the matter, said the Federation chose Warri because it is a neutral ground,

“The Congress will hold in Warri, it is a neutral ground for us all.

The board will meet again to chose a date, but I can confirm to you that it will not hold anymore in Abuja and the date shifted,” the source said.

The crisis-ridden NFF decided to move its general assembly date so as to make firm up plans for the official called transparent elections.


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  • Tom Turban

    Needless to say more. May your ink never run dry!

  • Curseless

    I pray that my compatriots in the South East, South West and South South can read this piece. I believe the younger generation in particular who had no knowledge of what took place in that era are the most vocal in the unfair criticism of General Buhari. for he general.The 80’s generation have a date with destiny on March 28th and I do hope truly that they will vote wisely

  • Du Covenant

    Brilliant!..Many Nigerians have forgotten what the situation was when the military took over from Shagari. May God give GMB long life, instead of enjoying his retirement and grand children he once again answered the call of duty. By Nigerian standard he would have been enjoying his loot but, he chose to be a true Nigerian with his dignity intact and his heart with the Nigerian masses.