Saturday, 21 May 2016

BREAKING: Chris Giwa refuses arrest, defeats Police for the second time?

Giwa FC has finally being expelled but the owner of the club is still proving stubborn and is trying everything possible destroy the image of the Nigeria football.
But for the umpteenth time, Nigeria Police has become a symbol of oppression and they have failed so woefully to their corporate shame. On two occasions, they have come to arrest the

faction-led President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and they have failed with their bruised image suffering more damage.
The second was allegedly initiated by the House of Representatives committee on Sports, which had summoned Chris Giwa’s Board of the NFF to stop its inauguration of the state FA chairmen billed for Friday and appear before her on Tuesday.
Having expended millions of Naira and with delegates travelling from all parts of the country to Abuja, the NFF went on with their ceremony which the Reps tried using the police to stop the event.
By the time the Police got to the Starview Palace hotel venue, the Board just finished the activity. They ‘arrested’ Giwa who drove in his vehicle. On getting there, Giwa showed them the letter his Board wrote the Inspector General of Police asking for security for the activity. And the Gwarimpa DPO (names withheld) begged for being misinformed and asked him to go. Giwa spent 2.16seconds there.
When he returned, Giwa, in his diplomatic form said, “in my own opinion, the police is doing its job and that is the way I understand it. They have only invited me to clarify an issue that is bleak to them and when I replied them they asked me to go.”
It would be recalled that when he resumed in the Glass House two weeks ago, the same Police came after him and later changed the tune to red that they had come to protect him from a planned attack against him.

Giwa was arrested after the inauguration by a team of mobile policemen led by the Divisional Police Officer, Gwarimpa, and taken to the FCT police commissioner’s office.
He was later released after spending few hours with the Commissioner of Police Wilson Inalegwu.

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