Yaounde (National Times)-The president of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) Seidou Mbombo Njoya has created a commission to investigate the issue of players’ salaries in the 24 clubs of the First and Second Division Clubs in the country as the world Football Governing Body (FIFA) continues to demand answers over the worry.
Mbombo Njoya created the commission Monday February 25th after a meeting of football stakeholders in the country that held in Yaounde. The commission began work at 6PM same Monday as their findings are expected to be communicated to FECAFOOT latest March 1st.
FIFA on its part is awaiting FECAFOOT and other football stakeholders to give it proper information on the controversy of players’ salaries latest March 4.
Members of the commission comprise Faustin Domkeu(President of New Stars of Douala) as head of the commission. Bassega Daniel of the syndicate of professional footballers (SYNAFOC) as Secretary General of the Commission.
Other members include Bayeck Benjamin, Secretary General of the Cameroon professional Football League (CPFL), Ayoumba Albert and Paul Mebizoo all of FECAFOOT, Lucien Metomo former indomitable lions player (SYNAFOC) Jacques Marcel Itiga (SYNAFOC), Kome Max and Ndi Eugene all of (SYCEC).
Since the president of SYNAFOC former national team player Jeremi Sorel Njitap took the issue of the non-payment of players’ salaries to FIFA, football authorities have been on their toes struggling to right the wrongs.