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FECAFOOT to adopt new statutes 3 days after Presidential poll

The new Statutes of the controversial Cameroon Football Federation(FECAFOOT) will be put at the disposal of the institution’s General Assembly for possible adoption three days after the October 7 Presidential election.

Authorities of the football management body in Cameroon made the announcement as the Normalisation Committee works towards finishing its mission to reorganise the Federation.

During the October 10th Extraordinary General Assembly, the members will also be expected to adopt a new Code of Ethics and Electoral Code for the Federation.

After these have been put in place, elections into the Divisional, Regional and National Executive of FECAFOOT are expected to be organised across the country in November.

World Football Governing Body(FIFA) has already approved the Statutes. With this development, it is believed that the Assembly will equally approve the Statutes without hitches.

FIFA’s Head of National Federations and President of the Confederation of African Football(CAF) Ahmad Ahmad has prescribed solidarity and transparency in the electoral process. Ahmad’s appeal came on the side-lines of his visit to Cameroon early this week.

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