Prominent women’s football stakeholders in the country have faulted the appointment of Ms Amina Sani Zangon Daura, the nephew’s daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari as head of Women’s football in Nigeria.
Sources from football circles across the country hinted that nobody applied for the job as stated by the Nigeria Football Federation that one Recruitment firm, Phillips Consulting interviewed and selected her for the appointment, stressing that Ms Daura had no background in women’s football.
The stakeholders also questioned why such a sensitive position would go to someone without a deep knowledge and understanding of women’s football in the country.
They are however of the view that football appointment is gradually becoming a political issue in the country and it would not help the development of women’s football in Nigeria.
Ms Daura educated in England last worked for Helping Hands Foundation for Child Education.
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