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‘Good Time’ Rolls For FA Chairmen, Stakeholders In Morocco As Pinnick Steps Up Third Term Bid

FA Chairmen, who took up the offer of an all-expense-paid trip to the WAFCON in Morocco, as well as other critical Stakeholders have enjoyed a ‘Good time’ on the ticket of NFF President Amaju Pinnick.

There has been plenty to eat and they have also fed their eyes in lovely Morocco, which is fast becoming a very popular tourist destination, while for some of these chairmen it was their first time overseas.

FA Chairmen and NFF Excos enjoying the good weather in Morocco

Hopefully too they would also have received some dollars as estacode for this sponsored visit to North Africa.

Kwara FA Chairman Idris Musa Abdullahi aka ‘Turaya’ could also be seen in a Facebook post enjoying a private jet flight alongside Pinnick.

Besides the Kwara FA boss, the State FA Chairmen of Jigawa, Osun, Edo, Gombe, Anambra and Kaduna were part of the jamboree in Morocco even after the resolution by ‘Concerned’ FA Chairmen to boycott it.

Interestingly, most of them headed back home without watching the dramatic WAFCON semifinal against host country Morocco that the Super Falcons lost 5-4 on penalties after both teams were tied at 1-1 after extra time.

Before then, Pinnick met with the FA Chairmen in Casablanca.

www.insideglasshouse.com has further gathered now that as many as 220 people may be on the ticket of the NFF to Morocco, this will include 70 “journalists” and 20 “members House of Assembly”.

It is another form of vote-buying by NFF President Amaju Pinnick, who has now made it very clear he is gunning for a third term in office despite his earlier public declaration he will step down.

More Stakeholders storm Morocco for a ‘good time’

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