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New NFF heads of departments appointed

09 July 2014, 18:01Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Acting General Secretary of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Lawrence Katken has appointed Tunde Aderibigbe as senior special adviser, as well as heads of departments as the ship of the Football House steadies for immediate challenges.

Bola Oyeyode is now Head of General Competitions, Ademola Olajire remains the Head of Communications, while Okey Obi is Head of Legal/Corporate Services.

Former international striker Rafiu Yusuf heads the Technical Department, Ayo Abdulrahaman is Head of International Competitions and Christian Emeruwa is Special Assistant to Ag. General Secretary.

Emmanuel Adesanya is Head of Inter-Clubs, Alizor Chuks heads Marketing Department, Afolabi Olusola heads the Internal Audit Unit and, Sunday Okayi heads the Referees Unit.

Also appointed are Ruth David (Federations Cup), Tolulope Abe (ICT), Magaji Abdullahi (Human Resources), Barnabas Joro (Protocol Unit) and Dayo Enebi (International Friendlies).

Isaac Ajisafe, previously Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Women League, moves to Nigeria National League, while Danlami Alanana returns to the Nigeria Women League. Shola Ogunnowo retains his position as Executive Secretary, Nigeria Nationwide League.

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