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NFF badges 28 FIFA referees

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The Nigeria Football Federation will on Thursday in Lagos present badges to Nigeria’s FIFA Referees for the year 2015.

The list includes six men referees, three women referees, seven men assistant referees, four women assistant referees, four Futsal referees and four Beach Soccer referees.

NFF President Amaju Pinnick will badge the referees at the Eko Hotel & Suites just before the 2014 Glo-Caf Awards ceremony inside the same edifice.

The men referees are Amao Joshua Opeyemi, Udoh Anietie Ferdinand, Ao Abubakar, Shuaibu Abdullahi, Odey Benjamin Ekabatiem and Ogunyamodi Henry Shina, while women referees are Nwogu Uloma Nneka, Musa Hadiza and Foluso Adewuyi Ajayi.

Men assistant referees are Edibi Peter Elgam, Baba Abel, Pwadutakam Samuel, Usman Isah, Orowole Tope, Igudia Efosa Celestine and Ogwu Peter Eigege, and women assistant referees are Momoh Bosede Adijat, Iyorhe Mimisen Agatha, Nkwocha Hulda Uba and Aliu Felicia Obile.

Futsal referees are Musa Dung Davou, Ukah Ndubuisi, Umar Ibrahim Fagge and Umuago Paul Akpome, with Ogunmuyiwa Jelili, Mohammed Sani, Jimeta Suleiman Abdulrahman and Ushie Michael are Beach Soccer referees.

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