Amos said the suspension would have been avoided if not for ego, but expressed delight that FIFA lifted the ban.
“When you give somebody a ban of 10 years, you should expect him to react and you should consider the offence the person has committed.
“You should also consider if the person has 10 more years to be in football.
“So, you give punishments that are commensurate to offence; and when you do the wrong thing and you are punished, you have to accept responsibility for what you have done,’’ Adamu said.
He said that individuals should be encouraged to take part in the development of football in the country.
“We have the statutes of FIFA. Let everybody work within those rules. We should not be having problems with our football every three or four years.
“What FIFA is saying is that you have accepted to be a member and you know what their rules are,’’ he said.
Adamu said that Nigeria should always endeavour to follow the rules laid down by FIFA.(NAN)