Abuja - The crisis rocking football governance in Nigeria has taken a new twist as the Chris Giwa faction of the country's football governing body, the Nigeria Football Federation, has suspended the League Management Company (LMC).
The Giwa faction of the NFF, after its executive committee meeting on Monday, explained that it is suspending the company from managing the affairs of the premier division for "sabotaging the league matches during day 26 matches," SuperSport reports.
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The LMC is the body running the top flight in Nigeria.
The NFF, under Giwa's leadership, has now set up a six-man committee to run the affairs of the league, and also begin a process for "elections into the board of the Nigeria Premier League."
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