Leadership crisis rocking the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF took a different dimension yesterday as the Nigeria Police arrested Chris Giwa who led his faction to resume work at the football headquarters.
This happened after a bailiff had served a court judgment from the Federal High Court Jos on the general secretary of the federation.
Giwa walked into the Zone 7 premises of the NFF around 4:00 p.m. in the presence of the policemen unhindered.
However, after inspecting all the offices where he had handshake with the staff that were on duty, he addressed the press, but on going out of the premises, the entrance gate was shut preventing NFF, Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC staff, visitors and journalists from going out.
Nigerian Pilot Sports gathered that a policeman on duty who was at the gate when Chris Giwa entered, ordered that the gate be shut.
Giwa spent about 30 minutes standing by the gate when a policeman called the DPO saying, “the man is at the gate.”
In a few minutes, Chief Superintendent of Police in charge of Wuse Police station, Irek Sunday came and demanded to know from the Police officer, Mr. Agada who called the man called Giwa.
Irek Sunday told Giwa that he should accompany him to the police station for discussions.
It was not clear as at press time the offence the factional leader committed, as he was escorted by policemen who led him to the Wuse Police Station.
Meanwhile, Giwa said he was at the NFF to confirm the order given by the court in 2014 and revalidated by a Federal High Court in Jos last month.
He said that the ruling has given them the order to resume duty. “I have resumed duty fully. By Monday, I will address the press for Nigeria to know the way forward.

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