By Mustapha Adamu
Despite subsisting court order, Sharif Rabiu Inuwa Ahlan, Chairman, Kano State Football Association was re-elected for another four-year tenure on Sunday.
A Kano High Court presided by Justice Usman Mallam Na’abba had issued a restraining order against Sharu Rabiu Ahlan and four others from conducting election into various elective positions in the Kano State Football Association.
The Football Association ignored the court order and organized the election, where Ahlan emerged.
The election which was held at Minjibir Park, outskirt of Kano had 55 delegates and was supervised by Alhaji Ibrahim Gusau , Chairman of all FA who represented the NFF Chairman, Amaju Pinick.
The Football Administrator polled a total of 55 votes cast to emerge unopposed.
The suit which was filed by Muhammad Salisu Rabiu as the Plaintiff has Sharu Rabiu Ahlan as first defendant, Ma’aruf Yakasai as second defendant, Kano State football Association as third defendant and Kano state Sport Council as fourth defendant in the suit.
In a remark, Ibrahim Gusau who represented the NFF Chairman Amaju Pinick, said the election was in compliance with NFF regulations.
He noted that any aggrieved party should forward their complaints to the Federation for attention.