Pinnick Insists Why He Won’t Resign
Disgraced Amaju Pinnick (PICTURED) has insisted he will not quit as NFF President despite the terribly sorry state of Nigeria Football under his watch.
Stakeholders, media and the general public have demanded for Pinnick to throw in the towel after the Super Eagles failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup at the expense of arch-rivals Ghana.
“I take full responsibility, I won’t ascribe blame to my subordinates,” Pinnick stated in a TV interview.
“I am a soldier and I will soldier on till the end of my tenure.”
In his eight years as NFF President, Nigeria Football has suffered massive setbacks nationally and internationally that many critics have rated Pinnick’s stewardship as the worst ever despite the full support of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
NFF Elections are due in September with observers demanding for a complete, clean break from disgraced Pinnick and his cohorts.