National President, Football Fans Club of Nigeria, FFCN, Ambassador Oluwakemi Ogunfuwa has sent her official congratulatory message to the newly elected President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
Ambassador Ogunfuwa felicitated with Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau, and the entire members of the Board for their resounding victory at the Elective Congress held on Friday in Benin City, the Edo State capital.
The Business tycoon was visibly present in Benin to celebrate with the newly elected President and the entire Board members described the new NFF supremo as a servant leader who spent his time and resources to impact human life.
Ogunfuwa’s Congratulatory Message
As much as I know, Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau is a man of his word, a simple and straightforward leader.
He has a listening ear and a strong affinity for progress. He is a leader with a large heart as his personality is endearing.
He knows the terrain already and has a blueprint that will change the face of Nigerian football.
He has done a lot for us as a Football Fans Club and I’m not surprised that his lofty gesture paid off today. Once again, congratulations Sir.
I strongly believe our new President will bring the desired change to Nigerian Football and the Almighty God will help him accomplish his dream.
May the Almighty God bless our new President and the entire Board Members with uncommon wisdom to initiate policies that would drive the Apex football body to the next level.National President, Football Fans Club of Nigeria, FFCN, Ambassador Oluwakemi Ogunfuwa
Mama Nigeria, as Ambassador Ogunfuwa is fondly called also used the occasion to felicitate all others who won their seat on the Board.
NFF New Board from now till 2026
President – Alhaji Ibrahim Musa Gusau
First Vice President – Felix Anyansi-Agwu
Chairman of Chairmen – Ahmed Yusuf Fresh
North-Central – RT. Hon. Margaret Icheen
North-East -Alhaji Babagana Kalli and Timothy Henman
North-West – Alhaji Sharif Rabiu Inuwa
South-East – Suspended
South-South – RT. Hon Essien Udofot and Aisha Falode
South-West – Sunday Ajayi and Ganiyu Majekodunmi