Super eagles goalkeeper has said that he was never officially summoned by the NFF disciplinary committee.
It would be recalled that Vincent Enyeama made derogatory comments about the NFF decision to
move the super eagles qualifier to Kaduna.
“I respect my country and those in charge of our football, which is why I find the whole thing strange.”
“As the captain I only raised our concerns about the venue before our game which didn’t go down well with the football authority.
“I was told to apologise for my comments, which I did immediately and they told me that’s fine.”
The 32 year old claimed he did not receive any message inviting him to appear before the the disciplinary committee of the NFF on Tuesday
“I only received a letter cautioning me about it [my comments] and to avoid a repeat of such,” he told BBC Sport.
“Personally, as it was resolved in-house I thought that was the end of the matter.
“But I only found out about a disciplinary hearing in the media but I didn’t get any letter to that effect.”
Enyeama risks facing a lengthy ban by the NFF. The NFF will make final comments on the issue on a date yet to be determined.