POSTPONED NFF AGA: Shame For Akinwunmi, Praise For Gusau
Chairman of Chairmen Ibrahim Gusau showed great leadership qualities when he came forward to announce that the NFF Annual General Assembly (AGA) will not take place as planned in obedience with the court order against this August gathering.
Gusau came through the congress to say the NFF will respect the court order and will do everything to vacate the injunction for them to go about their usual business.
However, the same cannot be said of NFF 1st Vice President Seyi Akinwunmi (PICTURED).
Akinwunmi, who claims to be a lawyer but without a chamber, was in the forefront demanding that the NFF disregard the court order and go ahead with the AGA.
The self-serving Lagos FA Chairman could afford such gangster style, which has long been the stock in trade of the NFF as it concerns court orders unfavourable to them, because he was not named in the case and if anyone could be thrown into jail for contempt of court, it will not be him.
Time in jail for contempt of court will be for Amaju Pinnick, Shehu Dikko, Mohammed Alkali and Aisha Falode, who are respondents in this matter.
The Government will also make it clear to the NFF that they be law abiding and so they should comply with the order.