–NFF Vice President reveals ambition
Former first Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, Chief Mike Umeh has revealed that his desire to succeed Alhaji Aminu Maigari as NFF president was to consolidate on the gains of Maigari’s regime thereby taking Nigeria football to the next level.
“I’ve been part of the NFF executive board in the last four years which was headed by Alhaji Aminu Maigari as President.
“We are all living witnesses to the achievements of the board irrespective of whatever anybody may say against it. I was not only part and parcel of it but contributed my quota to whatever successes the board recorded.
“So this time around, it’s my humble desire to take up the mantle of leadership continue from where we stopped under Maigari.
“It’s said that he who wears the shoes knows where it pinches, so having been part of it in the last four years, I believe I’m in a strong position to steer the ship of the Nigeria football to the next level”, Umeh said.
The former Enugu Rangers Executive Chairman and Super Eagles Team Manager who also doubles as Anambra State Football Association boss further pointed out that he’s well versed in the football terrain above his peers.