Musa Amadu Quits As NFF Disciplinary Committee Chairman
The Chairman of the NFF Disciplinary Committee, Musa Amadu, has today quit his post.
In a terse resignation letter addressed to NFF President Amaju Pinnick, Amadu expressed his gratitude to the NFF Executive Committee for finding him worthy to lead such a sensitive committee since 2016.
He said he is proud that under his leadership the committee has handled a multitude of cases with transparency and integrity.
Interestingly, Amadu’s resignation is coming days to the committee’s sitting on two controversial cases involving Kano Pillars.
It is on record that insideglasshouse.com has reported that a top shot of the LMC is trying to manipulate decisions of the committee in favour of Kano Pillars.
Pillars are in danger of being relegated this season.
A lawyer by profession, Musa Amadu was former NFF General Secretary and it is also on record that in 2015 he resigned this post rather than breach laid down rules as Chief Executive Officer of the NFF secretariat.
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