No fewer than three top football administrators have so far submitted their application forms for the NFF Presidency seat even as the deadline for submission of such forms ended yesterday, Monday, August 4, 2014.
Complete Sports checks reveal that top among the heavyweights seeking to succeed deposed president, Alhaji Aminu Maigari and who have turned in their application forms for the election slated for August 26, 2014 include former NFA General Secretay Chief Taiwo Ogunjobi who later became Chairman of the NFF Technical Committee during the reign
of Alhaji Sani Lulu Abdullahi as NFF President.
Also, Proprietor of Glo Premier League side, Giwa FC, Ambassador Chris Giwa also submitted his form at the NFF office in Abuja on Monday, same day former Kano Pillars FC chairman, Abba Yola submitted his.
Complete Sports scooped that incumbent NFF Media Committee chairman, High Chief Emeka Inyama also met the deadline on Monday as he submitted his application form seeking to become the next NFF Vice President.
Also in the race to join the Glass House bandwagon include Ogun State FA Chairman, Ganiyu Majekudunmi, who wants to become a vice president of the emerging new NFF during the August 26 pools in Abuja.