NNL Postpones AG.Assembly indefinitely, as ABS regain NNL status

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By Our Sports Desk

The management of Nigeria National League ( NNL) has announced the postponement of its Annual General Assembly ( AGA) earlier scheduled to hold on Thursday, September 7, Eagle Eye Watch News24 reports. 

In a release issued by the NNL, the Chief Operating Officer, Emmanuel Adesanya said the postponement became necessary due to some logistics reasons which he noted made it imperative for the AGM to be moved forward.

NNL-Postpones-AGA–New-Date-To-Be-Announced-Soon “This is to inform concerned clubs and stakeholders, that the AGA formerly fixed for September 7 will no longer hold because there are some logistics challenges we want to sort out before the AGA.”

Adesanya added that the board is working very hard to ensure a successful AGA and early commencement of the 2023/ 2024 football season and as such want to put all logistics on ground before the Assembly.

“A new date will be made public soonest.” He added.

Recall that the NNL was played in abridged format last season while Heartland,Sporting Lagos,Kano Pillars and Katsina United all qualified for the NPFL after the Super 8.

Similarly,Abubakar Bukola Saraki (ABS) will now play in the Nigeria National League next season.

Eagle Eye Watch News24 reports that the Ilorin-based club were relegated from the league during the relegation playoffs in Kano last month.

In a bid to remain in the NNL,ABS , however, secured a slot in the second tier league after acquiring DMD of Maiduguri slot in the league.

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