Chris Giwa, who claims to have been elected NFF president, has been quizzed by Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency EFCC.
Giwa was whisked away from his Abuja home Friday by EFCC operatives to answer to the banking transactions of one of his associates.
The associate’s banking transactions between January and June this year were put at 300,000 Naira, but between June and August, the transactions had skyrocketed to 250 million Naira.
EFCC has now ordered 19 other persons who transferred cash through this account to appear before them on Monday.
The list includes an ex-international, who was inaugurated on a six-man panel by Giwa to run the Nigeria premier league till the end of the season.