NFF served notice for contempt of court
NFF officials risk jail terms if they go ahead with the planned elections
The Nigeria Football Federation as well as top officials of the football federation have been served Notice of Consequences of Disobedient to Court Order, which is popularly known as Form 48.
The officials served include NFF General Secretary Sanusi Mohammed, Chairman of the NFF Electoral Committee, Aikhunegbe A. Malik, Amaju Pinnick, Seyi Akinwunmi, Sharif Inuwa Ahlan, Aisha Falode and Majekodunmi Akande.
Others are Chairman of the NFF Electoral Appeals Committee, Gandi Umar Mohammed, Ahmed Yusuf ‘Fresh’, Ibrahim Gusau, Shehu Dikko, Felix Anyansi, Suleiman Yahaya Kwande and Babagana Kalli.
The Notice clearly stated that should they fail to obey the Federal High Court of Abuja Order of September 15, 2022, which stopped Friday’s NFF Election in Benin City, they will be guilty of Contempt of Court and will be liable to be committed to prison.