President of Nigeria players union NANF Harrison Jalla has said an interim injunction secured by NFF vice-president Shehu Dikko to stop the NFF corruption expose on ‘Brekete Family’ programme will soon be quashed.
Shehu Dikko, who is also chairman of the League Management Company (LMC), has secured a court to stop whistle blowers from continuing an expose of corruption at the NFF.
Jalla is one of the persons restrained by the court in this regard.
“We will go to court to discharge this misconceived order as soon as possible and to continue to bring to the public court what is really happening at the NFF,” Jalla said.
“The NFF is funded by tax payers, they are a public institution and what we are doing is a matter of public interest.
“It’s part of our fundamental human rights to ensure that the right thing is done in our society.”
It was understood that the interim injunction has a two-week life span and it can be vacated before that time.