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NFF headquarters remain shut


The Headquarters of the Nigeria Football Federation remained under lock and key Monday following a court ruling that unseat the leadership led by Amaju Pinnick.

On Friday, a Federal High Court in Jos nullified the September 2014 election that produced the management of Pinnick, and ruled that Chris Giwa resumes as the new president of the NFF.

As a result, Giwa had announced that he will resume on Monday and make several changes. The Glass House was sealed over the weekend and remained locked on Monday.

Staff of the NFF who resumed work on Monday morning were turned back by security agents who were seen parading the vicinity.

Neither Pinnick nor Giwa’s company were allowed access as well.

Pinnick had swiftly moved to file an appeal, a motion to vacate the order and a motion for a stay-of-execution against the judgement of the Jos High Court.


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