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NFF Sued To Pay 500 Million Naira After Neglecting Mandatory Notices For Amendment Of NFF Statutes

The NFF have been sued to pay a compensation of 500 Million Naira for failing to acknowledge mandatory notices from the players union for the proper amendment of the 2010 NFF Statutes as it concerns the composition of the NFF Congress and NFF Executive Committee.

Players union members  Harrison Jalla, Rumson Baribote and Austin Popo (PICTURED ABOVE) have now come before the Federal High Court in Abuja to demand 500 Million Naira after the football federation failed to respond to mandatory notices.

The claimants demanded: “The sum of 500 Million Naira only being special and general damages as compensation for breach of public duty by the defendants jointly and severally to set legal machinery for amendment of the 2010 NFF Statutes.”

The defendants are the NFA, trading in the name and style of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick and Sports Minister Sunday Dare.


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