The Nigeria National League, NNL, which was halted a forth night ago to allow for the determination of all the cases before the Disciplinary and Organizing Committee of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, will resume this weekend.
The NNL had stopped the competition to ensure that all the cases filed by different clubs are decided to ensure equity, also to avoid any issues at the end of the competition and to give a level playing field to all the participating teams.
However, the NNL Secretary, Lawrence Katkem has in a release on Wednesday disclosed that the league will resume at the weekend as all the various protest cases filed by different clubs have been dispensed off by the NFF Disciplinary Committee, even as he assured that the remaining crucial three matches will be monitored to avoid giving an undue advantage to any club.
Consequently, the outstanding Week 26 match come up across the nation on Saturday, 25 October, 2014.
Katkem, therefore thanked all the clubs for their understanding during the difficult times and promised them that the NNL will not leave anything to chance to make the league very open for the teams till the end.