The Nigerian soccer administrator is among the many six African leaders that can symbolize the continent within the Fifa Government Council
The President of the Nigerian Soccer Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick has been elected into the Fifa Council after a landslide victory.
Pinnick defated Malawian FA president Walter Nyamilandu by 43 votes to eight through the Caf Basic Meeting held in Rabat on Friday.
He turns into the third Nigerian elected into the distinguished council after Oyo Orok Oyo (1980-1988) and Amos Adamu (2006-2010).
Pinnick can be joined by Egypt’s Hany Abou Rida, Morocco’s Fouzi Lekjaa, Mali’s Mamoutou Toure, Benin’s Mathurin De Chacus and Sierra Leone’s Aisha Johansen in the primary decision-making organisation of the world soccer governing physique.
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