Amaju Pinnick has on Thursday afternoon re-elected president of the Nigeria Football Federation.
Pinnick polled 34 votes to defeat Aminu Maigari, Taiwo Ogunjobi, and Chinedu Okoye as he was voted for a second term in office.
The NFF election result was announced by the chairman of the Electoral committee for the election, Muhammed Katu.
FIFA representatives, Luca Piazza and Solomon Mudege were among football chiefs who witnessed the election.
In all, 44 delegates from states football federation and other bodies including coaches, referees associations and players unions, took part in the NFF election which took place in Katsina State.
Ibrahim Gusau was re-elected Chairman of FA Chairmen unopposed following the pulling out of Ifeanyi Uba from the race.
In spite of the pulling out, Gusau had 42 votes, while Uba polled just one vote.
Elections into the offices of first Vice President, Chairman of Chairmen and other members of the NFF board were still in progress as of the time of filing this report.
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