BREAKING: NFF Denies FIFA Ban On Moshood Abiola Stadium

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BREAKING: NFF Denies FIFA Ban On Moshood Abiola Stadium

The Nigeria Football Federation,NFF has refuted circulating reports that the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja has been banned by world football regulating body, FIFA.

The Abuja sports arena has been in the public eye since enraged fans took to destruction to express their displeasure over Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the FIFA 2022 World Cup.

Three-time African Champions, Super Eagles narrowly missed a spot at November’s football jamboree in Qatar after a 1-1 draw that went in favour of Ghana’s Black Stars.

Reacting, NFF General Secretary, Mohammed Sanusi said in a statement released on Friday, 1st of April that the circulating reports are ”incorrect” and hold ”no truth”.

“We are alarmed at the influx of incorrect reports, otherwise known as fake news, mostly on social media. There is no truth to the reports that the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja has been banned for any length of time by FIFA.”

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