Abuja - Emeka Inyama has bowed out of both executive
committees of the Nigerian National League (NNL) and the Nigeria Football
Federation after his tenure as chairman of the second tier league elapsed.
The Abia State-born Inyama became a member of the NFF
executive committee in 2011, on the back of being elected as chairman of the
National League but with his tenure and that of the Nationwide League One and
Women’s League coming to an end, he has ceased to be a member of the NFF exco.
Speaking about his experience as the NNL chairman, Inyama
admitted it was challenging, as they had multiple cases of lack of funds.
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“It has been very challenging, but the biggest challenge has
been funding and finance,” he said in Abuja.
Speaking ahead of the forthcoming elections into the board
of the Nigerian National League, Inyama stated that he will know his next move
when the election guidelines are made available.
“When the guidelines come out, we will know the procedure to
follow next,” Inyama added.
The duo of Ahmad Kawu and Dilichukwu Onyedinma have also
ceased to be members of the NFF, following the expiration of their tenures at
the National League One and Women’s League respectively.For
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