Amaju led an entourage of the NFF executives who were at the Abuja stadium on Monday to watch the Super Eagles train in preparation for the return leg of the qualifiers against Sudan.
The new NFF president said that the Super Eagles cannot afford not to qualify for the Nations Cup,as it would be disastrous.
“We are going to talk like brothers and friends and if there are things that are holding the back success please voice it out,” Pinnick told the team.
“If you say you want me to resign so that you people can win, I want you people to say it. We are ready to win this AFCON 2015.
“Nigerians are so passionate about this game; everywhere I enter now, they tell me that Nigerians will not want to hear excuses.
“So, please we don’t want to hear any story; go ahead and prove us right,’’ Pinnick said.