Chairman Professional Footballers Association of Nigeria (PFAN) Task Force and member Board of Trustee of the Nigerian footballers body, Harrison Jalla, has dismissed the NFF Elections billed to hold in Benin City, Edo State today (Friday) describing it as a nullity.
Jalla said this in an interview on Raypower 100.5 FM sports show on Friday morning.
Recall in an exclusive chat with The PUNCH published on September 20, Jalla opposed the idea of state FA chairmen taking part in elections while still keeping their position.
This led to PFAN heading to court to ask for an amendment of the 2010 NFF statutes.
And on September 15 Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja halted the NFF elections billed today, ruling that all parties should maintain status quo and adjourned further proceedings till October 31.
Jalla posited that what PFAN is pressing for is equal representation for all the five statutory bodies in the NFF concerning voting rights and representation on the…
Source: Complete Sports