Abuja - The General Assembly of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has unanimously agreed on September 4 as the date for its elective congress in Abuja, Supersport.com can report.
Forty of the 44 congress delegates took part in the decision-making to draw up a new roadmap for the elections into the NFF executive committee, which took place in Nigeria's capital.
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The football congress began by invoking "the inherent powers of the General Assembly in Articles 20(1), 21(1) and 23(a) of the NFF Statutes, 2010 to alter the agenda for an Elective Congress slated for 26th August 2014 and replace it with an agenda to fashion a new roadmap for the 2014 elections into the Executive Committee of the NFF within two weeks" as advised by the world football governing body, Fifa in its letter to the football federation last week.
However, another faction led by NFF vice president, Mike Umeh, had earlier organised an election in Abuja in which Chris Giwa emerged the NFF president but without the presence of the outgoing president, Aminu Maigari while the general secretary, Musa Amadu reportedly left the venue of the said election before it took place.
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