NFF’s Ahmed Yusuf Fresh tells to retract N10m story, says it is fake news

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Chairman of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Technical and Development Committee Alhaji Ahmed Yusuf ‘Fresh’ has urged the general public to filter out his image in a report that was unprofessionally published by

According to a statement by the Chief Executive Officer of Maxisports International, Mr. Olaoluwa Aro, an organization managing the image of the NFF Executive Member denied the allegations and labels it FAKE NEWS.

“As a reputable media and sports agency, we have done our investigation and discovered all the things published by in relation to our client Ahmed Yusuf ‘Fresh’ were unfounded truths, that should be trashed to the bin. had reported that a private account of a staffer, Rajan Zaka, which was funded by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), subsequently made payments running into millions of Naira to executive committee member Ahmed Yusuf Fresh’s account.

“It’s very disturbing because is one of the media outlets that enjoys traducing in the name of investigative journalism. We are not surprised as we know that typifies herald of FAKE NEWS but what is more ludicrous is that they keep failing in their failure(s) to content analyze document provided by their co-denigrators before publishing a dox report.

“’s latest attempt(s) to publicly disparage our client is enough evidence to describe the outfit as irresponsible, mendacious, and professionally crass in its dealings; in addition, such media entity should not be taken serious as a responsible media organization, but could be tagged as sickening and mawkish journalism enterprise.

“We are saying this without ambiguity that, our client, Alhaji Ahmed Yusuf did not receive any money from the NFF as published by For clarity; Ahmed Yusuf Fresh’s account was not credited with any N10 million naira as stated in the far from truths publication.

“As an organization we are bespeakingĀ to do proper investigation and retract their report which attributed financial misappropriation to our client Ahmed Yusuf ‘Fresh’ within the shortest period of time,” Olaoluwa concluded.