The Nigeria Football Federation is set to inaugurate two standing committees and two ad-hoc committees, which are crucial to the rebuilding process that the Federation has launched, on Wednesday.
NFF President, Alhaji Aminu Maigari said on Monday that he was looking forward to the inauguration of the committees as these have a lot to do to power the development of the Nigeria game.
“I am happy that at last, we are inaugurating these Committees. They have a lot of work to do, and I believe in the ability and capacity of the men who have been put together in these Committees to de liver for the good of Nigeria football”, Maigari said on Monday.
The standing committees are the Organizing Committee and the Media & Publicity Committee, while the ad-hoc committees are the Committee on Roadmap for Sustainable Development and the Committee on Reconciliation.
NFF’s 1st Vice President, Chief Michael Okeke Umeh, a former Super Eagles’ Team Manager, is the Chairman of the Organizing Committee, which has the pioneer Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Premier League, Mallam Salihu Abubakar as Vice Chairman.
The members are former Leventis United FC chairman Mr. John Mastoroudes, former NFF member Alhaji Abubakar Ladan, Alhaji Maigari Joji
and Barrister Jude Obikwelu.