Nigeria Football Federation President Amaju Pinnick has decided to stick to his decision of not contesting for a third term in office.Information Guide Nigeria
During an interview on Arise TV, Pinnick, a member of the all-powerful FIFA Council, publicly declared he would work with whoever emerges as president after him, though he insisted there have been calls from different quarters persuading him to continue in office.
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“Third term, no, no. I am telling you that as there are so many Nigerians that are capable to run Nigerian football,” said Pinnick, the only person to have held the position for two terms, the second of which is due to expire on September 20.JAMB Result
“I will assist and work with whoever emerges as the new (NFF) President and that’s my promise. I’ll intervene but never interfere,” he added.
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