Under-Fire Pinnick Blames Fellow Southerners For His Many Problems
Amaju Pinnick has been so occupied with his many problems at the NFF that these days he is hardly seen or heard with a commentator suggesting that he may have gone into hiding as the pressure for him to throw in the towel has finally got to him.
Pinnick has now put a finger to his growing problems as power is gradually slipping from his grasp after eight disastrous years as NFF President – fellow stakeholders from the South of Nigeria.
The NFF boss has lamented that while stakeholders from the North are busy trying to come together to take over power, his fellow Southerners prefer to work against him.
A powerful Northern caucus has already made it very clear that the next NFF President must come from that region.
And now as many as 28 State FA Chairmen have fired an ultimatum to Pinnick to convene a General Assembly, which he is yet to accede to.