The Nigerian Football Federation on Thursday passed a vote of confidence on the Amaju Pinnick-led Executive Committee, affirming that it remained the duly elected committee recognised by FIFA.
It also warned that future litigation brought against the Federation before “ordinary courts of law” by any of its members would attract the automatic expulsion of the erring member.
The decision came 24 hours after a Federal High Court in Jos, Plateau State, refused to grant Pinnick’s request to stop Chris Giwa from taking over as the NFF President.
Justice Musa Kurya of a Federal High Court in Jos had on June 5 made an ex parte order directing the current NFF board to vacate the Glass House for Giwa and his followers. Read more