ABUJA – Barnabas Imenger, the General Manager of Lobi Stars Football Club, on Friday said Aminu Maigari’s impeachment on Thursday as chairman of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) was good for Nigerian football.
Imenger told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that Nigerian football would turn a new face with the removal of corrupt people from football administration.
“This is good for Nigerian football, because all corrupt and bad football managers should be flushed out of Nigerian football.[eap_ad_1]
“If all the allegations against him are true, then there is no hope for him to be reinstated.
“I will also say that the impeachment should not only involve him (Maigari), but also all the entire members of the board.
“This will act as a deterrent to all future chairmen of the association.
“We all know that Nigerian football is suffering, and there is the need for a total reform in conformity to global trends so that we can move ahead,’’ the former Super Eagles striker said.
Maigari was impeached after a vote of eight to five by the 13-man NFA board on Thursday.(NAN)[eap_ad_4]