Seven officials have been suspended over power blackout that occurred on Sunday during a CAF Confederation Cup tie between Yanga and Rivers United.
The Nigerian top-flight is currently in a bottleneck situation as champions Rivers United possess a backlog of 3 outstanding matches, with two weeks to the end of the regular season.
The Nigerian side were knocked out of the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday, following a 0-0 draw (2-0 defeat on aggregate) with Tanzania's Young Africans.
The Tanzanian champions put up a spirited fight to claim a 2-0 aggregate win after a barren draw in Dar es Salaam on Sunday
The Nigerian champions had alleged that their Tanzanian hosts 'sprayed toxic chemicals' inside their bus ahead of their Confederation Cup quarterfinal second leg.
The NPFL champions have accused the Tanzanian side of 'spraying toxic chemicals' inside their bus.
The Tanzanian giants can write a new chapter in their history if they make it to the last four and there are more incentives on the way.
Rivers United lost the first leg in Nigeria but have promised not to disappoint Nigerians a second time against Young Africans in the CAFCC.
Sunday's encounter will see the aggregate winner proceed to the semifinal to take on either Egypt's Pyramid or South Africa’s Gallants FC.