The Congress of the Nigeria Football Federation has finally elongated the tenure of the Amaju Pinnick administration.

Feelers from the congress hall in Lagos confirmed to OJBSPORT that the tenure of the present administration was extended for 10 days.

The tenure which is supposed to end on 20th September has now extended to 30th September when the Electoral congress will hold in a venue to be decided later.

As at time of this report, both the Electoral Committee and Appeal Committee is been Constituted.

The outgoing NFF boss, Amaju Pinnick has ruled out a third term bid. The former Delta state FA chairman publicly declared he would work with whoever emerges as president after him, though he insisted there have been calls from influential Nigerians persuading him to continue in office.