The Supreme Court of Nigeria will on Thursday give its verdict on the case involving the NFF president and embattled NFF-Factional leader, Chris Giwa.
Giwa is contesting the authenticity of the Pinnick-led Executive and has dragged the matter to the apex court having already lost out at the Appeal Court.
Also, the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) in Zurich, Switzerland also ruled in favour of the Pinnick-led board.
However, Giwa is saying the mandate given to him and his factional board members by the NFF Congress in August 2014 was authentic.
Nigeria is currently susceptible to any sanction from FIFA, as long as the law court continues to interfere with the Nation’s football matters.
Nigeria have been drawn in Group D of Russia 2018 alongside Croatia, Iceland and Argentina.