Musa Amadu Declares For NFF Presidency
Former NFF General Secretary Musa Amadu (PICTURED) today in Abuja declared his interest to be the next President of the NFF on a day the scandal surrounding his resignation was revisited.
Before an impressive gathering that included NFF Vice Presidents Seyi Akinwunmi and Shehu Dikko as well as former NFF President Ibrahim Galadima, Amadu said Nigeria must do the right things to be a top football nation.
He said he will work with all Stakeholders and for all Stakeholders, while promising an administration based on accountability and transparency.
The issue of corruption in Nigeria Football will prompt former Gombe FA Chairman Shuaibu Gara Gombe to recount the story behind Amadu’s sudden resignation as NFF General Secretary in 2015.
Gara Gombe narrated that Amadu refused to transfer a soft loan of $3.6 Million the Federal Government advanced the NFF for the 2014 World Cup to a private account when he was directed to do so by the NFF leadership via a text message.
Chairman Committee for Sports in the House of Representatives Godfrey Gaiya corroborated this story and concluded that Musa Amadu showed he is a man of proven Integrity.