President of Nigeria football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick has again revealed that he won’t be seeking for another term in office when his current tenure expires in the year 2022.
Pinncik who also serves as CAF first vice President said he’s ready to step aside for another person once he completes his tenure in office.
“After this tenure I am not contesting again, I will like to go home to my beautiful wife and kids. I bear no grudges against anyone,” he said
Pinnick however was happy the country escape the hammer of FIFA in the crisis that will be long remembered by Nigeria football lovers.
“Imagine if we had been banned, the Super Eagles who have qualified for the Nations cup in 2019 would have been denied that, the Super Falcons who have clinched their 9th African Women’s Nations cup and have a ticket to the world cup in France, our Beach Eagles who have qualified for the World cup in Paraguay, all these would not have been possible,” he submitted
The former Delta FA boss added that the country‘s two senior National teams, the Super Eagles and Super Falcons are very important to the federation, even the Eagles are a big brand but the Falcons are also getting their fair share .
“Our national teams are special brands we certainly don’t treat them with levity. The super falcons are getting their fair share. We told them if they win the nations cup they will get $10,000 each and that we gave to them.
“There were people who approached the Federation to say we want to appreciate the girls and I said no don’t give to the Federation, I will give you their account numbers and you credit them directly, let them feel that appreciation coming directly from Nigerians,” he said.