The final day fixtures of the Nigeria National League (NNL), scheduled for this weekend, have been delayed.
The NNL announced that the postponement is necessary to give the disciplinary committee of the Nigeria Football Federation sufficient time to resolve all pending cases.
Additionally, the decision aims to accommodate the State Football Associations, who will be using their stadiums for the swearing-in and handover ceremonies of newly elected Association members.
As of now, Katsina United and Heartland are the only two teams that have secured their spots in the NNL Super Eight playoffs.
The NNL Super Eight playoffs will involve a total of eight teams competing for promotion.
At the conclusion of the season, four teams will earn promotion to the Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL).