The elective congress into the executive board of the Kogi State Football Association earlier fixed for February 26 has been shifted by one day to Friday, February 27, the secretariat has revealed.
In a statement signed by the secretary of the state FA, Augustine Ogunmola, the postponement was due to logistics reason.
Ogunmola appealed to all aspirants and delegates for the inconveniences caused them.
Ogunmola stated that the set dates for submission of nomination forms and screening of candidates remains unchanged as earlier fixed for February 20 and 24respectively.
The retired referee announced an increment in the number of delegates for the elective congress to 17 against 10 earlier listed following a directive from the Nigeria Football Federation electoral committee to include affiliated bodies and councils.
He however assured all candidates contesting for various positions into the state executive board of a free, fair, and credible poll.
According to him, the screening of aspirants will hold at Lokoja Confluence Stadium Indoor Sports Hall on February 24, while the elections will take place at Hilltop Paradise Hotel, Ganaja Junction, Lokoja on February 27.
Four candidates are contesting for the chairmanship position.
They are Comrade Ibrahim Mohammed, Alhaji Umar Isah, Chief Peter Oguche and Hon. Hassan Yusuf.
Three contestants vying for the vice chairmanship seat are Hassan Wada, Shina Akande and Stephen Bello.
Membership aspirants are Prince George Daomi, Abdullahi Abdullahi, David Owolabi, Ohida Abdulayekini, Chogudo Ahmed, Charles Haruna, Henry Ameh, Dan Usman and Abiodun Olawale.