The end to the crisis that has been rocking the Nigerian Football Federation seem to be in sight as members of the House of Representatives is attempting to finding ways of resolving the feud. This follows an invitation of the warring factions in the crisis to the House to find ways of resolving the crisis that has been
on since inauguration of the Amaju Pinnick led body.
It is no longer news that the NFF has been in crisis since the emergence of the Amaju Pinnick led board of the Nigerian Football Federation was inaugurated. Chris Giwa, also a member of the NFF has continually laid claim to the Presidency of the Federation claiming that he was the duly elected president of the body in an election that was held sometime in 2014.
The crisis came to the climax after a ruling by a High Court in Jos Plateau State sacking the Amaju Pinnick led NFF for being illegal and declaring Chris Giwa the authentic and duly elected President of the Nigerian football federation. Rising from a closed door meeting between both faction presidents and members of the Committee on Sports the committee resolves that after their discussions the end to the crisis may be in sight.