Amaju Pinnick has hailed MTN for signing a sponsorship deal with the NFF.
He refered to the deal as one of it’s kind in Africa.
He said: “This is one of the most sought-after partnerships in African football and we are very excited about it.
“We believe that in carrying out sustainable sports development, you need a company that has gone through all levels of growth. That is MTN.
“We are not done yet. We want to see Nigerian football achieving 90 per cent financial independence… we have gained so much respect in the world.
“We are glad that as we start our Qatar 2022 World Cup journey, MTN is starting with us.”
The NFF also signed a deal with Air Peace as the official airline of the Super Eagles.