Anambra State Football Association (AnSFA) Congress met in Awka on Monday, November 30, and made far-reaching resolutions on some pending issues relating to filling up vacant positions.
According to a communique of the congress signed by a three-member Communique Drafting Committee, the elections into both the board of AnSFA government football associations on October 29th and 30th 2020, respectively, have been ratified.
The congress on the other hand nullified some appeals decisions made by the Appeals Committee due to unconstitutional entry process.
The AnSFA General Assembly additionally resolved to have by-elections to fill some positions that are nevertheless vacant in the Anambra State Football’s ruling body and Local Government Area FAs.
It can be recalled that the largest role in AnSFA, the Chairmanship, is nevertheless vacant after delegates massively voted out former Super Eagles fringe player, Chikelue Iloenyosi who contested as a sole candidate for the position and failed to amass an easy majority votes needed to win the election. Only one out of 20 accepted delegates voted for Iloenyosi, while 19 others gave him terrible votes. Popular candidate, Dr. Emeka Okeke, was disqualified in advance of the Election Day via the AnSFA Elections Appeal Committee.
Vice-Chairman, Engineer Victor Aniekwena, has been in the new AnSFA board following the October 30 polls that enthroned it, in the end taking over from the Caretaker Committee.