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BREAKING: Pinnick Attacks Buhari, Sports Minister Over 3rd Term Ambition



Amaju Pinnick has hit the overdrive in his reaction to the Presidential directive conveyed through the Honorable Minister of Sports, advising NFF to do the right thing by ensuring that on September 30, NFF election holds and that the status is domesticated in line with best practices.

Pinnick is reported on a spending Spree to tarnish the image of the Minister and also undermine Mr President’s authority to speak about Nigerian football. Pinnick and entire NFF have crowded media platforms attacking the directives and sponsoring defamatory publications against the Minister, for daring to advise and direct NFF to do the right thing.

Amaju Pinnick, the outgoing NFF President has embarked on a campaign of calumny against the Sports Minister to the extent of attacking President Buhari for approving directives to NFF to do the right thing. Pinnick is spending on media attacks against President Buhari and the Minister.

Pinnick has gone further to attempt to blackmail the Minister and the Federal government at FIFA, using his friendship with Infantino, the FIFA President. Pinnick reportedly told Infantino to come hard on Mr. President and the Minister and accuse them of interference.

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Volleyball: Nigeria U21 targets 2023 FIVB World Championship ticket- Mohammed



The Head Coach of Nigeria U21 Men’s Volleyball Team, Sani Mohammed revealed that the country’s aim at the African U21 Nations Championship is to qualify for the 2023 FIVB U21 Men’s World Championship.

Mohammed stated this during a press briefing with journalists at Ahmadu Bello Stadium (ABS) in Kaduna on Friday.

The African U21 Men’s Nations Championship is scheduled for 13th to 23rd August, 2022

He said the technical crew has studied the technicalities other teams especially the North Africa adding that other teams should be wary of Nigeria.

The former National setter said, “We were African U19 Champions and these set of boys attended the FIVB U19 Boys Championship. The boys have graduated to the U21 Men’s category and our target is to qualify for the FIVB U21 Men’s World Championship.

“The team is prepared, the President of Nigeria Volleyball Federation, Engineer Musa Nimrod and his board members have tried their best; it is left for the players and coaches to do their best in Tunisia.”

“The technical crew have been studying the teams that will participate in the tournament because we do not sleep; other teams are wary of our current squad and development.

“We beam our search light on the host; Tunisia and other North African Nations. They feel the U21 is their birthright but this is an opportunity to let the World know we are equally good. Every team has their own strategy and when we meet on the court, the result will show our level of preparedness,” he added.

Meanwhile, the President of Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVBF), Engineer Musa Nimrod charged the players to be good ambassadors.

Nimrod said the current board members of Nigeria Volleyball Federation are solidly behind the team predicting podium finish for the former African U19 Champions.

The National U21 team departed the country on Friday (11:45pm) at the Nnamadi Azikiwe Airport to Tunisia.

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