CAF and FIFA to Santion Nigerian FA… See why!

Over crowded stadium

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) is likely to Punish Nigeria for allowing the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna to be overcrowded, during Friday’s AFCON 2017 qualifier between the Super Eagles and Egypt.

The stadium which has the capacity of 25, 000 spectators was over crowded with over 35,000 spectators. The Kaduna State Government threw the gates open for fans to watch the match free of charge.

The stadium which was massively parked saw football lovers stood on the athletics tracks to watch the game.

In 2009, the Ivorian FA was fined $47,000 by FIFA after a poor crowd control led to the death over 15 people.

The Nigerian FA will most likely be penalised for the same offense though no causalities was recorded during and after the match, sanctions will me melted out in other to serve as deterrent to other countries.

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