Published on May 27, 2016 Greenbarge Reporters
The embattled Chris Giwa appears to have lost control over his attempt to control the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) even as he has just been banned for five years by the Confederation of African Football (CAF)
In the letter signed CAF’s Secretary-General, Hicham El Amrani, the African soccer ruling body said that the ban was sequel to the reportage of the crisis in the NFF.
The matter was taken to CAF by the NFF Board led by Amaju Pinnick.
El Amrani said that after studying the case as reported to it, it decided to ban Giwa and his co-travellers in the factional NFF.
Others affected by the ban are Muazu Suleyman, Yahya Adama, Sanni Fema and Johnson Effiong.
The letter, addressed to Pinnick and titled: “RE- CONVEYANCE OF SANCTIONS BY NFF DISCIPLINARY SANCTIONS EXTENSION AT THE CONTINENTAL LEVEL,” reads in full:
Following your previous correspondence dated May 16th and subsequent exchanges, CAF has well noted the decision of the NFF’s Disciplinary Committee dated May 12th placing five(5) year ban from all football related activities for the following people.
Following receipt of the documentation and details on the case, CAF hereby confirms the extension of such sanctions at the continental level.
Please accept, dear President, our most sincere regards.
CONFEDERATION AFRICAINE DE FOOTBALL
Hicham El Amrani, Secretary General.
Mar 18, 2018
Sep 03, 2015
Feb 27, 2018