Nigeria ex-international Emmanuel Amunike, has charged Amaju Pinnick and Chris Giwa factions to ceasefire and put an end to the crisis currently rocking the Nigeria Football Federation for the sake and development of the round leather game.
The four-year-old case was expected to be resolved at the Federal High Court in Jos, Plateau State on Tuesday, but the court failed to deliver judgement on the case between the embattled NFF President, Amaju Pinnick and Chris Giwa as it was adjourned to September 25.
“We don’t know why this issue is still persisting.We have to put square pegs in square holes to move our football forward. It’s not easy going back and forth on court cases.This is unfair because it is when we have little success we have this problem. I just hope we can change that and appease those aggrieved,”Amunike said.
As Nigeria Football Federation seeks to avoid FIFA ban that could stop Nigeria from participating in international competitions which includes the Eagles Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Seychelles in September 7, also the Super Falcons, Falconets, other national teams and Enyimba, who are in the CAF Confederation Cup, would also be affected.
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