A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the two factions of Nigeria Basketball Federation (NBBF) led by Musa Kida and Tijani Umar to stay clear of the activities of the Nigeria Basketball pending the determination of the substantive case.
On Wednesday, 20th March 2019 , The Lead Counsel to the management of Kwese Premier League Barrister Josiah Daniel Ebune revealed that the court had stopped both Administrators from parading themselves as the head of the federation and should not organize any league in the country until the case is properly resolved.
However, Barrister Ebune pleaded that the game of basketball and its lovers cannot continue to suffer because of the leadership crisis and want an order that allows for a smooth running league and other affairs without interference from the two factions.
The Order made reads
- THAT AN ORDER OF INTERLOCUTORY INJUNCTION is hereby made restraining the defendants by themselves, agents, pribiies and/or servants whosoever and however defined from going ahead with conducting any fresh Premier Basketball League for the purposes of selecting mem’s representatives of the 2018/2019 African Continental Basketball Championship pursuant to the letter of invitation to 2018 NBBF Premier Basketball League contained in the letter to that effect ahead of October, 2018, pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit.
- THAT AN ORDER OF INTERLOCUTORY INJUNCTION is hereby made restraining the defendants by themselves, agents or servants from enforcing or further enforcing or giving effect or further effect to the documents titled: RE: INVITATION TO 2018 NBBF PREMIER BASKETBALL LEAGUE and/ or from imposing or further imposing any guidelines, eligibility or conditions for the purposes of selection and/or conducting any league for purpose of selecting Nigerian male Basketball Representative for African Continental Competition, any condition to that effect, pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit.
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