Embattled President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, was stopped yesterday by men of the Nigeria Police from having access to the secretariat when he came visiting because of an existing court order and the Writ of Execution served on the body last Friday.
Journalists who were outside the premises of the Glass House in Zone seven when the official vehicle of the former President arrived witnessed how the police stopped him. As soon as he was stopped, he alighted and started shouting on top of his voice and the harassed policemen opened the gate for him to go in.
Initially as he arrived and was debarred from entering to his surprise, he was told that there was a court order that has made it mandatory not to come around the Glass House for now. He then cooled down his voice and was allowed to proceed into the premise.
Pinnick arrived the secretariat some minutes after Ambassador Chris Giwa and his Board members left the Glass House. He was reported to have been seen at the Police headquarters earlier in the day. What purpose he was there for was not clear.
He left the secretariat some minutes to 3:00pm. Not quite five minutes as he left, Ambassador Chris Giwa arrived in a black car driven by one of his Board members, Alhaji Sani Fema with Adama Yahaya in the back with Chief Effiong Johnson.
Meanwhile, Pinnick’s faction of NFF has dismissed reports that Jos high court served the federation a writ of execution last Friday.
In a statement, the group claimed that the Federal High Court, Jos disowned the ‘writ of execution’ handed over to Pinnick board same day.

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