President of the Nigeria Fooball Federation (NFF), Amaju Melvin Pinnick has hinted at the possibility of going for another term during the country’s football polls set for next month.
The former Chairman of Delta State Football Association has been the NFF President for two tenures, calling the shots for eight years.
Elections are scheduled to take place in September 2022 when the tenure of the current Amaju Pinnick-led board expires.
The 51-year-old who is a member of the FIFA Council representing Anglophone countries as well as a member of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Executive Committee, on Monday told the People Sport in Nairobi of his third term ambition.
“I had initially decided not to vie, but I have been receiving several calls from very influential Nigerians as well as genuine lovers of the sport urging me to seek another term. It is within the law and I will decide about it when the right time comes.
“I’m yet to talk to my family and my business associates though, but there are voices wanting me to continue,” Pinnick told a local media platform in Nairobi, Kenya.