The Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) rose from its meeting yesterday saying that it has put its House in order in the interest of the country’s football.
It was the first meeting of the Executive Committee after the 2014 World Cup and reinstatement of the Aminu Maigari-led board following the vacation of a court order restraining the board from running Nigerian football.
Briefing newsmen after the meeting, Emeka Inyama said the board was ready for probe regarding the various allegations of financial improprieties levelled against the board in some quarters
According to Inyama, the board also resolved to throw the upcoming election into the NFF board open to any interested Nigerians.
Inyama said the12 members that attended the meeting would meet with Sports Minister Tammy Danagogo.
“We are happy to inform you that we have returned to office as the 12 of us met and agreed to call a truce,” Inyama said.
The next meeting of the Executive Committee comes up on July 24, 2014. The 12 members present at the meeting were Aminu Maigari, Barrister Chris Green, Chief Emeka Inyama, Yusuf Ahmed, Mohammed Ahmed Musa and Sulaiman Kwande, Shehu Adamu, Effiom Johnson, Deji Tinubu, Mike Umeh, Suleyman Muazu and Dilichukwu Onyendinma.