Nigeria Football Federation president, Amaju Pinnick is apparently scared of one thing and wants to avoid it as he rounds up his tenure as president of ruling body in the country.
Pinnick, while speaking on a live Radio show in Lagos, Sports Zone on Lagos Talks said he had just two years left to serve as president of the Federation and does not want to make mistakes and so is very careful with his dealings.
“I don’t have any hidden agenda. What I have told them is that in the last two years of our administration, we must always do the right things.
“I don’t want to make any mistakes in these last two years. I want to reduce mistakes we will make to the barest minimum,” Pinnick said.
“And I just pray that I will have a very good successor that will take our dreams to the next level.”
Pinnick was answering questions regarding the Anambra State Football Association elections won by Ifeanyi Ubah but annulled by the NFF.
“I have nothing against Ifeanyi Ubah, he is my friend. Four years ago he did the right thing and he was elected. I do not have anything against him, I don’t,” Pinnick said.
Amaju Pinnick continued that the right things must always be done.
“Let us do the right thing. Look at what we did with the palliatives. We did the right thing. I do not want to make any mistakes in the last two years.”
Amaju Pinnick continues to insist that he will not take the option of a third term in office even though he is eligible to contest.