Abuja - Aminu Maigari is set to be re-instated as Nigeria Football Federation President after the Executive Committee were forced to back down from a dubious vote.
Maigari was removed from office by a vote of 8 out of 13 members of his executive committee.
That number skirted the borderline of legality as the NFF statutes stipulate that an executive committee member can only be removed by a two-thirds majority.
In this case, 8.7 constitutes two-thirds of 13, Kick Off Nigeria reports.
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However controversy over the numbers was removed when one of those members, Ahmed Kawu, claimed that his signature was forged in the impeachment document, bringing the number to 7, and less than the required two-thirds.
Read more at Kick Off Nigeria.
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