The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Disciplinary Committee Chairman Barrister Musa Amadu has resigned.
Reasons for the decision of the former NFF Secretary General wasn’t revealed as at Press Time.
In a letter addressed to NFF President Melvin Amaju Pinnick, Barrister Amadu mused: “I write through this medium to honorably resign my position as the Chairman of the NFF Disciplinary Committee with immediate effect.”
“Let me express my profound gratitude to you and the Executive Committee for finding me worthy of holding this post since 2016.”
“The Committee under my leadership has handled multitude of cases with unblemish record, integrity and transparency, with plaudits from all football stakeholders desirous of moving our leagues forward and Nigerian football in general.”