NFF President Amaju Pinnick has announced there’ll be a solidarity payment to the Nigerian National League to aid the league.
The Delta-born administrator made this statement while speaking to organized media during a zoom call, citing that the Glass House would help the league out of its predicament.
The NNL has been in state of limbo for over five months with three delayed resumptions already experienced.
The President, also noted that protocols are been put in place to oversee the gradual return of football in the country, assuring that all leagues would kick off simultaneously once it is safe to do so.
Pinnick, also stated in the call that Gernot Rohr’s AFCON and World Cup targets aren’t set in stone alluding that if improvements were seen, decisions on how to move on will be made.