The Nigeria Basketball Federation Electoral Committee headed by Dr Lanre Glover has been mandated to resume with immediate effect following the unanimous decision to hold the 2022 NBBF Elective Congress on the 31st of January.
Making this declaration in line with the 2019 NBBF constitutional provision, NBBF President, Engr Musa Kida said it was pertinent for the committee to complete the electoral process started after the electoral process was put on hold to allow the Reconciliatory Committee carry out its mandate.
“I have exercised the powers bestowed on me by the NBBF Congress to activate the Electoral Committee to complete their assignment of conducting the NBBF Elective Congress, which will be in line with the 2019 approved NBBF Constitution, and according to their guidelines.”
All interested candidates vying for the vacant posts of President, Vice President and Zonal Representatives for the North-central, North-East, North-West, South-East, South-South, and South-West zones have been asked to contact the electoral committee.
In a similar vein, the Committee Chairman, Glover then announced Thursday, 27th, January as deadline for submission of nomination forms.
Completed forms and relevant documents should be sent by mail to email@example.com on or before 5pm of the aforementioned date.
All campaigns must cease 24 hours before Election Day while any form of corruption and other forms of direct inducement of voters may lead to the disqualification of defaulting candidate(s).
The election will be monitored and observed by the Federation of International Basketball Associations representatives, Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Nigeria Olympics Committee.