Nigeria Football Federation, NFF has said that all the national teams players must sign a code of conduct in a bid to regulating their activities.

‘’In the interest of the nation and as a means of regulating the conduct of players and officials representing the country at any point in time, the Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF has endorsed a proposal for all players and officials of the National Teams to sign a Code of Conduct, starting with the contingent to the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand and the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.
NFF executive committee also resolved that the elections into the Boards of the various leagues, including the Nigeria National League, Nigeria Women League and the Nigeria Nation-Wide League should be conducted in November 2015, with the process to commence in August 2015.
Committee endorsed a memo for the enactment of a regulation for the protection of players of the age-grade National Teams and the establishment of NFF Youth Players Development Fund. The Legal Committee will work out details of this after meeting with relevant stakeholders and looking through the books.
Executive Committee approved that arrangements be concluded immediately for the staging of the U-13 and U-15 National Competitions.