Bauchi Football Congress Passes Vote of no Confidence on Vice Chairman, Three Others

Congress of the Bauchi State Football has passed a vote of no confidence on their Vice Chairman Adamu Madaci and three other board members, according to BSNSports.

Comprising 20 local football councils, the congress resolved to pass a vote of no confidence on the Madaci and other three board members namely; Kabir Yusuf, Abdullahi Abdulaziz and Usman Abass Shehu. They were accused of actions injurious to the sports in the state.

“The congress acted in accordance with the provisions of Article 14 of the statutes which gave the congress the power to pass a vote of no confidence on any member found engaging in activities retarding the progress of football in the state,” a communique issued by the association stated.

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The vote of no confidence was determined by 20 congress members who were in attendance. They, however, appended their signatures to the resolution. 

The Chairman of Bauchi State Football Association, Patrick Pascal, confirmed this in an interview, saying the congress members accused the board members of deliberately refusing to attend the activities of the FA, and insubordination to the present leadership of FA among other things.


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