Kwara state FA secretary, Head of coaching and acting administrator of Kwara football academy, coach Kehinde Jimoh has applauded the Minister of Youth and Sports, Barrister Solomon Dalung, for setting up a six-man reconciliation stakeholders committee to oversea Nigeria football federation’s crisis.
He condemned the act of taking football matters court, the head of coaching Kwara state sports council, coach Kenny, appealed to the two factions to obey the rule of law in the interest of football and to save Nigeria from FIFA’s ban
“I appeal to each faction to embrace peace and consider any outcome from the reconciliations committee in the interest of all of us and our youth, who take football as a profession to feed their families,” he said.
“I want to correct the impression on social media or the misunderstanding on Giwa’s ban. His ban still stands, until he takes or charges away from civil Court and follow due process.
“NFF have no right to unban or ban but to facilitate when necessary. In the case of Ambassador Giwa, he need to withdraw all charges and settle all aggression through appropriate channel before we can talk of ban or unban.
“All hands should be on deck, for better Nigeria football
“I’m using this medium to appeal to all sports writers to do their jobs diligently and not to be sentimental when filing their reports in the interest of oneness and goodwill of Nigerian football.