The Deputy Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Sports, Anayo Nnebe, has called on warring parties in the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) crisis to obey the verdict from the court.
The NFF Crisis which involves major actors, Amaju Pinnick and Chris Giwa took a different dimension at the Jos Federal High Court on Tuesday after the former failed to stop the latter from occupying Glass House according to a June 5 ex-parte order.
Pinnick’s legal team had earlier filed a suit for the vacation of the ex-parte order made by a presiding judge of the aforementioned court, Justice Musa Kurya.
On Tuesday, Justice Kurya eventually postponed the suit hearing until September 25 when it was brought before him.
Honourable Nnebe who was speaking with NAN in Abuja also asked the court to speed up court hearing.
In his words, he said: “My advice is that the court should give speedy hearing to the matter and its decision should be binding on all parties.
”I am not a lawyer; I am not a law officer but I can’t be a lawmaker and be a lawbreaker.’’ He added.
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