Federal High Court Annulled NFF Elections
The Federal High Court sitting in Jos, Plateau state annulled the September 30th general election of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), which saw Mr Amaju Pinnick chosen as the President of the NFF.
Justice Ambrose Allagoa ruled that the September 30 election in Warri as well as the congress preceding it were against his orders.
FIFA had already alarmed that should anything delay the newly-elected NFF executive committee from working, Nigeria would be barred till its next congress in May.
READ ALSO: Pinnick Elected New NFF President
According to the voting process held in Warri, Delta State, on Tuesday, 30 September, 2014, the chairman of the Delta State Sports Commission, Amaju Pinnick, became the new NFF boss through a run-off process after he could not get the two-third of votes in the first round of voting.
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