FA Elections: Green, Others Retain Chairmanship Seats

Chris Green returns as Rivers FA boss

Barrister Christopher Green, Alhaji Abubakar Ladan and Alhaji Ganiyu Majekodunmi have retained their seats as chairmen of the Rivers State Football Association, Kebbi State Football Association and Ogun State Football Association respectively.
Green, member of the NFF Executive Committee and chairman of the NFF Disciplinary Committee, was elected after polling 14 out of the 17 votes cast at the elections monitored by Chairman of the NFF State Elections Monitoring Committee, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau.
His opponent, China Acheru, a journalist and Media Officer of Dolphins Football Club, got two votes, while one vote was declared invalid.
In Kebbi, Alhaji Abubakar Ladan, former member of NFF Executive Committee, also retained his seat, but was unopposed.
The composition of the new Kebbi State FA executive board is now: Ladan (chairman); Moh’d Tukur Hassan (vice chairman); Haliru S. Haliru (member); Yakubu Daudu Machika (member); Yunusa Sama’ila Jega (member); Abubakar Moh’d Carlos (member); Abubakar Rufa’i Gwandu (member); Sani Bara Zana (member); Aminu Musa Yaldu (member).
In Abeokuta, Ogun State, incumbent Alhaji Ganiyu Majekodunmi and his entire executive board got 20 ‘yes’ voice votes to retain their seats, at a congress declared open by the Ogun State Director of Sports, Sola Faleti.
The chairman of the Abeokuta Local Council Football body, who said he has sent a protest letter to the NFF, was the only person out of the eligible 21 delegates that did not vote, at an election supervised by Yusuf Ahmed Fresh, member of the NFF Executive Committee and Chairman of the NFF Referees Committee.


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