The chairman of the League Management Company (LMC) and NFF second vice-president Shehu Dikko has secured an interim injunction against any further expose of the alleged corruption at the NFF by whistle blowers and ‘Brekete Family’ programme.
The judicial summons from the High Court in Abuja was received on December 30, 2019.
Shehu Dikko is the claimant of this injunction, while the defendants include Oyetunde Aderibigbe, Emmanuel Babayaro, James Peters, Harrison Jalla, Saed Monidafe, Gara Gombe, ‘Ordinary President’ Ahmad Isah and Premier Broadcasting Limited.
The injunction restrains the defendants from further discussing any matters relating to the alleged corruption at the NFF.
This is the latest litigation to hit the ‘Brekete Family’ programme since it began airing the NFF corruption expose about seven weeks ago.
Festus Keyamo Chambers formally complained to the Human Rights Radio station on behalf of the NFF of the one-sidedness of the programme.
Sports minister Sunday Dare through his lawyers also threatened to slam hefty defamation suits against both Tunde Aderibigbe and Ahmad Isah.
Meanwhile, several listeners of the ‘Brekete Family’ programme have roundly condemned the injunction secured by the top NFF official, insisting that no matter how hard they try, the truth about what is going on at the NFF will never be suppressed.