NWFL Super 6: NFF move secretariat to Ijebu Ode

The who is who in Nigeria football have gathered in the land where dreams turn to

Ijebu Ode in Ogun state, is bubbling as FIFA Council member and unaguably the biggest football administrator in the history of Nigeria football, Amaju Melvin Pinnick is in town as guest of the NWFL.

This is the first time in a long while that egg-heads in the football house are coming together for a common cause and to imagine that it is all because of Women’s football, then you will agree that the solidarity is real.

It all started with the BIG decision on whether the Super Six will hold or not. That debate didn’t drag on for too long as NFF president Amaju Pinnick, a man known for his political brilliance and administrative razzmatazz, dazzled the stakeholders and made them surrender to the idea of the Super 6.

On Monday in Ijebu Ode, Pinnick kept to his promise that he will personally be on ground to support the event and he appeared dressed to kill.

Wearing the highest brand of the Italian Brunello suit that sells for over 3,000 Euros, the former Vice President of CAF appeared at the stadium with a dark spec and a Rock and Roll shoe to match.

It was a dressing made for special ocassions and Amaju gave this one a special touch.

Flanked on the left by Kano state FA Chairman Sheriff Inuwa and Zamfara state FA Chairman Ibrahim Gusau, two high ranking members of the Pinnick cabinet, it is now very obvious that this event will go down in history as the most glamorous in the NFF Calender in 2021.

The fans rose to welcome their August visitors as the two teams, Edo Queens and Delta Queens walked onto the field for the official curtain raiser of the much talked about Super 6.

Here we go!

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