Abuja - Nigeria's House of Representatives on Thursday directed the factional president of the Nigeria Football Federation, Chris Giwa, to quit the offices of the football federation.
The House of Representatives committee on sports declared in a statement that the August 26 elective congress that brought Giwa into office as the NFF president "did not conform to NFF statutes/regulations," SuperSport reports.
The sports committee stated that it observed after a three-day interactive session with various stakeholders of the Nigerian football house "that the agenda for the congress of August 26, 2014 was a non-elective congress as attested to by the Notice of NFF General Assembly issued by the General Secretary referenced NFF/GSO/Gen/Vol.XIII/118."
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