The NPFL and different classes in the nation will stay in a rest as social events of in excess of 20 individuals are as yet precluded.
The administrator of the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 and secretary to the central government, Boss Mustapha, has uncovered football exercises in Nigeria will stay shut down.
The Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) has been suspended since March following the spread of the coronavirus pandemic to the nation.
The administration as of late facilitated lockdown in three of the most influenced states in the nation, Lagos, Abuja and Ogun, and constrained party to 20 individuals.
Nigeria is one of the most hit in Africa, having recorded in excess of 14,500 cases while 385 lives have been lost to the pandemic.
The Bundesliga and La Liga have restarted while the Premier League is set to return on June 17 away from plain view having set up wellbeing measures.
The SGF, be that as it may, feels permitting football to be played without the fans will remove the fervor however guaranteed the legislature will settle on a choice dependent on the details accessible.
“I don’t know we are amped up for opening brandishing exercises in our nation, especially soccer [football], which pulls in enormous groups,” Mustapha told the media.
“In the event that our rules state huge social occasions are prohibited and not to surpass 20 people aside from work environments, I don’t see the energy on the off chance that we permit soccer to come back to an unfilled arena.
“A ton of European nations where these games have begun are enormous organizations and they are doing it cautiously and step by step.
“We are not amped up for permitting sports to return, we will arrive, yet for the time being, we are worried about the couple of exercises permitted to revive.
“We will keep on assessing the circumstance, know how we are faring, study the circumstance and realize what close to do dependent on information, science and characteristic of our condition.”
A month ago, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) expressed the local class in the nation will possibly continue when the administration gives its endorsement.
Level United right now lead the NPFL table with 49 focuses from 25 games while Rivers United and Lobi Stars are second and third.
Adamawa United, Kwara United, Jigawa Golden Stars and Nasarawa United are in the transfer zone.