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14 Nov 2012

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High Chief Emeka Inyama

NFF Stops NPL Congress


League to put on hold its 7th Congress earlier scheduled to take place
on Saturday, 17th November in Kano.

Speaking in Abuja on Wednesday, Chairman of the NFF Media and
Publicity Committee, High Chief Emeka Inyama said the Federation took
the decision as part of its determination to see that outstanding issues around the Premier League are conclusively resolved with a view to putting in place a credible first tier of Nigeria’s domestic football.

“The NFF wrote the letter based on the need to put all lingering matters to rest before we can start talking about a new season. This is of high importance,” Inyama said.

The letter, addressed to the Acting Executive Secretary of the Nigeria
Premier League, Tunji Babalola, and signed by Acting NFF General Secretary,
Musa Amadu, read, inter alia: “I have the mandate of the President of the Nigeria Football Federation to inform you to put all arrangements for the staging of the NPL 7th Congress 2012 on hold
until further notice.

“This is as a result of several lingering issues around the Nigeria Premier League that have come to the fore and which must be fully resolved before a Congress can be called to set the date for the
beginning of a new season.

“You may kindly recall that the Nigeria Football Federation had earlier directed you to suspend plans for the commencement of a new season based on some issues. Now, other matters have been added, for which the NFF issued you a query that has only recently been

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