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Nigeria’s participation on line as supreme court rules on Giwa, Pinnick case (Guardian)

Nigeria’s participation on line as supreme court rules on Giwa, Pinnick case (Guardian)

The Super Eagles risks losing its place in the Russia 2018 World Cup line up in June if the Supreme Court ruled tomorrow against the FIFA-recognised Amaju Pinnick led board of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) in the case instituted by factional leader of the federation, Chris Giwa.

Giwa’s board took its case to the Supreme Court praying the apex court to set aside an earlier verdict by the Appeal Court affirming Pinnick as the right leader of the federation.

Before then, a Jos High Court had ruled that Giwa, who was elected by a disputed NFF congress at Chida Hotel, Abuja in August 2014, was duly elected president of the body. Read more

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