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Per a statement from the office of the Minister for Youths and Spo‎rts in Nigeria Solomon Dalung, the Federal Government of Nigeria has asked the current board of the Nigeria Football Federation ( NFF) to vacate their office in respect to a ruling by the apex court in Nigeria, the Supreme Court.

The statement also quoted the minister as saying that Chris Giwa who was voted as President of the NFF through a congress that wasn’t recognised by FIFA should take over the running of football in Nigeria.

Below is the full statement, which will no doubt make FIFA to ban Nigeria from International football if it’s not properly handled as the World soccer governing body frowns at interference from civil courts in football matters.

The Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports development has directed the Nigeria Football Federation, a parastatal under it to comply with the judgment of the Supreme Court delivered on April 27, 2018, which restored the orders of the Federal High Court, setting aside the purported election into the Executive Committee of the NFF held on September 30, 2014.

The Minister of Youth and Sports Barrister Solomon Dalung said in a statement that the directive followed a written notification signed for the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice requesting the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports to ensure compliance.


The notification states thus;

‘I have been directed to notify you of the Orders dated June 5th 2018 made by Honorable Justice M. H. Kurya sitting at the Federal High Court Jos in respect of the above mentioned suit between Yahaya Adama Vs Alhaji Aminu Maigari which states that the election of the NFF held on August 26, 2014 under the leadership of Amb Chris Giwa be given recognition pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice filed in this case and that the purported ban of the Executive Committee elected on August 26, 2014 from football activities of the NFF is unconstitutional, null and void.

‘It is trite law that court orders are sacrosanct and any acts of disobedience to it constitutes threat to the rule of law. Consequent upon the above, you are hereby advised to comply with the orders of court made therein which for now, is the valid and binding order of court, in the absence of any other subsisting order or judgment to the contrary’.

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Consequently, Barrister Dalung has however directed the parties involved to comply with the court order.

“This is a court order and not from Dalung. I will not want to go to Kuje prison because of disobedience of court orders. Therefore, I hereby comply with the court orders of June 5th 2018, while Mr Amaju Pinnick and others are also directed to comply with same.”

The order compels the defendants, including the Minister of Youth and Sports, their servants, agents and privies howsoever, the Inspector General of Police and all law enforcement agencies to forthwith enforce the orders made by the court on 19th September 2014 and 23rd October 2014 and give recognition to the General Assembly Meeting and election of the NFF held on 26th August 2014 under the leadership of Amb Chris Giwa pending the hearing and determination of the Motion on Notice filed in this case.

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What happen to the appeal process

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I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.


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The judge should be sanctioned for the order. He doesn't have jurisdiction. FIFA have set guidelines.

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I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



You think GIWA will be better?

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bully12 wrote:
I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



You think GIWA will be better?
He can not be worse.


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bully12 wrote:
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bully12 wrote:
I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



You think GIWA will be better?
He can not be worse.


stop trying to destabilize your country.

The rule of law should be respected. The supreme court and Chris Giwa do not have the best interest of Nigeria at heart, going against the proper FIFA processes.

Giwa is a typical Nigerian, who puts his own individual endeavours above that of his country. Dude should be exiled.

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I am not confident Giwa won't be worse. If he is willing to risk FIFA ban for his personal interests.

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I am not confident Giwa won't be worse. If he is willing to risk FIFA ban for his personal interests.


I have just read the 1999 constitution (Chapter 3, Article 30), and unfortunately it seems the Presidency does not have the power to revoke his citizenship. :sneaky:

He can only revoke that of someone not born a Nigerian. Mschewww, otherwise this Giwa should have his Nigerian citizenship stripped. It is not a small matter, for nearly 10 years, this chap has been trying to destabilize one of the few things that brings hope to Nigerians!

At the very least, he should be exiled.

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New election is scheduled in about 2 months.

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Is it the normal thing for the sports minister to legitimize an ad-hoc committee?

The NFF is separate from government and is mandated by FIFA!

Therefore, of what confusion is it that the Maigari led committee held the elections?

Chris Giwa is like a vermin looking to destroy the fabric of his nation. I will not support him in any endeavour as he obviously does not love his country.

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The Supreme court said they should go back for trial in the High Court.

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bully12 wrote:
I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



Bros,

I am shocked by your statement here. It does not matter whether you like Pinnick or not but this move ought to be condemned by any one who wants Nigeria's football to do well. If Pinnick is a failure then he should be removed via the proper channel which is the upcoming election. This move is simply ridiculous and will shut down Nigeria's football and for good reason.

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Is it the normal thing for the sports minister to legitimize an ad-hoc committee?

The NFF is separate from government and is mandated by FIFA!

Therefore, of what confusion is it that the Maigari led committee held the elections?

Chris Giwa is like a vermin looking to destroy the fabric of his nation. I will not support him in any endeavour as he obviously does not love his country.

Have you heard of Decree 101?

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Enugu II wrote:
bully12 wrote:
I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



Bros,

I am shocked by your statement here. It does not matter whether you like Pinnick or not but this move ought to be condemned by any one who wants Nigeria's football to do well. If Pinnick is a failure then he should be removed via the proper channel which is the upcoming election. This move is simply ridiculous and will shut down Nigeria's football and for good reason.


Why are you shocked?
Nigeria is full of self serving people that dont care about the impact of their actions.
They only want to get theirs and dont care if we all get hurt in the process. They dont study their history. They never hold themselves accountable or responsible.

Then they are the first to scream when things dont work, and redo the same thing over and over again.

I don tire.....

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The Glass House new occupants led by Ambassador Chris Giwa. Also pictured Obinna Ogba (who was in Russia), Shehu Adamu (board member under Maigari administration) and others.

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History of the Pinnick / Giwa tussle
Courtesy: Timeline of NFF Crisis

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November 28, 2013:
NFF held a General Assembly schedules next Elective Congress for August 26, 2014.
Appoints new NFF Electoral Committee led by Amoni Biambo (and new NFF Electoral Appeals Committee) to organize and supervise the said election into the NFF Executive Committee.

July 2, 2014:
Federal High Court, Jos, issues an injunction on the NFF Executive Committee, including the then NFF President Mr. Aminu Maigari, preventing it from controlling, commanding or managing NFF affairs and from presenting or holding itself out as the NFF Executive Committee.

The High Court also instructed the Minister of Sport to appoint a senior member of the civil service in the NFF to take charge during the injunction. The Minister of Sports, acting on this Order, appointed Mr. Lawrence Katken.

Katken immediately calls an Extraordinary Congress.

July 4, 2014:
FIFA writes to the NFF, declaring
That the actions of July 2 contravened Articles 13, para. 1 and 17, para. 1 of the FIFA Statutes, as they prevented the NFF from managing its affairs independently and without influence of third parties.
FIFA further stated that, applying Articles 17, paras. 2 and 3, FIFA would not recognize any person or organ not elected in compliance with NFF Statutes.
FIFA would also not recognize any decision taken by the Extraordinary Congress called by Katken
Only decisions and persons elected in the NFF General Assembly of 26 August 2014 would be considered legitimate.
If the NFF officials were not fully reinstated by 8 July 2014, Nigeria would be banned from all football activities.


July 5, 2014:
NFF holds an Extraordinary Congress as called by Katken.
Congress votes to sack the entire NFF Executive Committee, accusing President Aminu Maigari of “financial impropriety and abuse of office”.

July 9, 2014:
FIFA Emergency Committee suspends NFF with immediate effect until the withdrawal of the High Court’s Injunction Order and a confirmation that the “properly elected NFF Executive Committee, the NFF general assembly and the NFF administration are able to work without any interference in their affairs”.

July 17, 2014:
NFF General Secretary Musa Amadu informs FIFA that the High Court’s Injunction Order had been withdrawn and that consequently the NFF Executive Committee was once again allowed to function and run NFF affairs.

July 18, 2014:
FIFA lifts the suspension on the NFF with immediate effect.

July 25, 2014:
NFF Executive Committee impeaches Maigari as NFF President due to alleged violation of Article 35 of the NFF Statutes (specifically for “financial impropriety and abuse of office”) and appoints his vice-president, Chief Mike Umeh, as acting president pending the new election.

August 14, 2014:
FIFA again writes to NFF, pointing out procedural irregularities in the removal of Maigari and directing, among other things, that
The Executive Committee of the NFF be reunified as it was before the 2014 FIFA World Cup with Maigari as president.
That major decisions [be] frozen until the elections of 26 August.
That NFF provide FIFA with a new roadmap for elections.
That Maigari must preside over the NFF Congress on 26 August


August 12, 2014,
Having been reinstated on the basis of FIFA directive, Maigari surprisingly hands in his resignation "with effect from congress of 2014 election."

August 19, 2014:
NFF General Secretary Musa Amadu sends a “Notice of NFF General Assembly” to all members of the NFF Congress to remind them of the NFF General Assembly scheduled for 26 August 2014. In this notice, Mr. Amadu declared that said assembly, “in line with the provisions of Article 23(a) of the NFF Statutes 2010, [would] consider a proposal from the Executive Committee of NFF to alter the Agenda for an Elective Congress... and to fashion a new roadmap for the elections into the Executive Committee of NFF, that is open, transparent, free and fair to all contestants, and fix a new date for the Elective Congress”.

On the same day, Maigari also sends a letter, on behalf of the NFF, to FIFA, which read, in part as follows:
“This is to inform you that, based on the advice contained in your letter of Thursday, 14 August 2014..., the Executive Committee of Nigeria Football Federation convened on Tuesday, 19th August 2014 with a view to fashioning a new roadmap for the elections into the Executive Committee.

Maigari's letter specifically stated that "This effectively means that the election will not take place on that date (26th August 2014) but at a later date to be decided by the Congress, but not later than two weeks thereafter.”

August 21, 2014:
FIFA acknowledges receipt of this letter on 21 August 2014 and took note of the NFF Executive Committee’s decision “to ask the members of the upcoming congress on 26 August 2014 to consider a new roadmap for the elections, which should be held no later than two weeks after the congress...”.
Further, FIFA went on to state that “[t]he Congress being the highest decision-making body of any football association, we approve of the above plan and, as previously stated, we are supportive of an electoral process that is free and open to everybody thereby fulfilling the requirements of the NFF regulations.”

August 26, 2014:
Aminu Maigari, Chris Green and Musa Amadu detained by DSS.
Sports Minister Tamuno Danagogo assists in securing Amadu's release and bringing him to Congress venue at Chida Hotel.
Without Maigari and Green, Delegates decide to leave venue in search of both men.
Mike Umeh, NFF 1st Vice President, decides to take charge of proceedings in the absence of Maigari.
Amadu begins to take roll call. Observes that only 5 legitimate delegates are present.
One of the delegates moves a motion for elections. Amadu stages a walkout.
Elections hold. Giwa is elected president ahead of Mike Umeh
Having secured the release of Maigari and Green, 39 legitimate delegates sign the roll call and continue the Congress at Bentley Hotel.
Congress of 39 legitimate delegates resolves to schedule elections for September 30 in Warri, Delta State.
Congress also approved the dissolution and reconstitution of both Electoral Committee and Electoral Appeals Committee.

August 29, 2014:
FIFA writes to the NFF (specifically, Mr. Amadu, the General Secretary), informing that FIFA did not recognize the election that had taken place at the Chida NFF General Assembly and threatening to suspend the NFF if the officers purportedly elected on that day still continued to occupy the NFF offices by midnight on 1 September 2014.

September 3, 2014:
FIFA again writes to the NFF (specifically, Mr. Amadu) directing that, as indicated in FIFA’s letter to the NFF of 29 August 2014, given that individuals claiming to have been elected on 26 August 2014 were still occupying the NFF premises at midnight on 1 September 2014, it had sent the case to the FIFA Emergency Committee, and that said committee, after having been briefed of sequence of events of the last weeks, had issued a deadline of September 8 for such persons to vacate the NFF premises or have Nigeria suspended with immediate effect.

September 8, 2014:
Amadu writes to FIFA confirming that "those persons claiming to have been elected at the Congress of 26th August 2014 had vacated the premises of the NFF." Thus, avoiding the FIFA ban

September 10, 2014:
Musa Amadu sends out a “Notice of NFF General Assembly” to all NFF members, informing them that an NFF Extraordinary General Assembly would be held on 20 September 2014 in Warri, Delta State, and that in said assembly the NFF members would be “requested to, in line with a recent directive by world football-governing body, FIFA, elect Members of the NFF Electoral Committee and NFF Electoral Appeals Committee, in preparation for the elections into the NFF Executive Committee” and in addition to “set a date for the Elective Congress, which FIFA has also directed should hold at the shortest possible time."

September 17, 2014:
Amadu, on behalf of the NFF, informed FIFA that, in consonance with FIFA’s directive of 9 September 2014, the NFF Executive Committee unanimously agreed that the First NFF Extraordinary General Assembly would be held in Warri, Delta State on 20 September 2014 and that in it, the NFF Executive Committee would propose a new roadmap for the election of a new NFF Executive Committee (to be conducted in a second NFF extraordinary general assembly, the date and venue which would also be fixed and communicated in this First NFF Extraordinary General Assembly) and oversee the election of the members of the NFF Electoral Committee and the NFF Electoral Appeals Committee.

September 19, 2014:
Justice Ambrose Allagoa of the Jos Federal High Court issues an injunction under which, pending the hearing and determination of the “Motion on Notice” filed in the case:
(i) Maigari, Amadu and all other members of the “defunct” NFF Executive Committee (as so-referred to by said Court) whose tenure of office had in its view expired on 25 August 2014 were prevented from convening or holding a NFF General Assembly or a NFF Extraordinary General Assembly or conducting any election of the NFF Executive Committee, as well as from representing themselves respectively as the President, General Secretary and members of the Executive Committee of the NFF;
(ii) the Plateau State Football Association and all other football associations of the other 36 states of Nigeria and of the Federal Capital Territory were prevented from participating in any NFF General Assembly convened by Maigari, Amadu or any other members of the “defunct” NFF Executive Committee;
(iii) the Ministry of Sports was prevented from recognizing Maigari, Amadu or any other members of the “defunct” NFF Executive Committee; and
(iv) all aforementioned parties were prevented from interfering with the performance of the duties of the members of the NFF Executive Committee elected on 26 August 2014.

September 20, 2014:
The First Extraordinary General Assembly was held.


September 30, 2014:
The Second NFF Extraordinary General Assembly holds in Warri, Delta State, with all 44 delegates in attendance, and resulted in the election of Amaju Pinnick as NFF President

October 27, 2014:
Jos High Court grants an order setting aside the election of 30 September 2014, in effect annulling the First and Second Extra-ordinary General Assemblies.
Court rules that NFF were not properly served earlier ruling, and absolves NFF of contempt charges

October 28, 2014:
FIFA writes to NFF that if it did not have proof that the case at the High Court against Mr. Maigari, Mr. Amadu, and the Plateau State Football Association had been withdrawn by 31 October 2014 at midday Nigerian time, the matter would be referred to the FIFA Emergency Committee for implementation of an immediate suspension on the NFF.

October 30, 2014:
The action against the NFF before the High Court withdrawn and the NFF Executive Committee elected on 30 September 2014 was again permitted to carry out its activities without any hindrance.

May 2015
Court of Arbitration for Sport rules that FIFA were right in refusing to recognize the elections of August 26 due to egregious third party interference which meant the elections were not completely independent.

January 21, 2016
Sports Minister Solomon Dalung calls 'peace meeting' between NFF with Chris Giwa. Meeting degenerates into name-calling chaos.

April 8, 2016
Jos High Court re-lists withdrawn case of October 2014 and restores previous reliefs
NFF appeal decision and file for stay of execution.

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Nigeria the land of the absurd! How can people serving FIFA bans be allowed to run the NFF! This'll definitely not stand.

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bully12 wrote:
I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



:lol: Nothing in Nigeria should surprise anyone when you have "adults" with the mentality like this one above.

Make dem ban us sef.

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bully12 wrote:
I hope it is true. Mr Picnnick's tenure has been a major disappointment and an absolute embarrassment to the government. In spite of the gargantuan support from the government nothing to show for it . Not even one success event has been recorded since their inception but failures upon failures, It is time to try another hand . After all the man came through the back his shameful departure should not surprise any insane person.



:lol: Nothing in Nigeria should surprise anyone when you have "adults" with the mentality like this one above.

Make dem ban us sef.


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The more you try to understand Nigeria and Nigerians the more confused you will get. So the best thing is to stand off and watch the drama..weep where you are moved to tears and laugh at the comic part. You may not understand the part that seems absurd, but the script always manage to explain itself one way or the other.

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