Abuja - Chairman of the Nigeria National League (NNL), High Chief Emeka
Inyama, has described the 2014/2015 season just ended as an exciting one for
the second tier League.
Inyama decried what he called desperation on the part of clubs to gain
promotion at all cost.
Head Media of the League Body, Amar Ignis quotes Chief Inyama as saying that
the NNL will not interfere on cases before the judicial bodies of the Nigeria
Football Federation, the Disciplinary and the Appeals Committees until it is
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“The major problem here is the desperation of clubs, you know there is a lot of
interest in clubs wanting to gain promotion, and it is really a tough fight.”
On the cases before the Disciplinary and Appeals Committees Chief Inyama said,
“The National League will take interim decisions in some cases subject to the
Disciplinary Committee sitting over the matter, both the Disciplinary and
Appeals Committees are judicial bodies and we do not intervene in their
affair, we don't interpret, after decisions have been taken by the
Committees, it is sent to the National League or any other League involved for action,
so ours is to await the outcome of the Committees decision and not to comment
The Organizing and Disciplinary Committee led by Barrister Christopher Green,
is yet to make public the outcome of protests filed by Adamawa United and
Katsina Spotlight that it treated recently.