Sign In or Register | Saturday, February 27, 2021
AfricaTeam,   6/21/2019 1:53:02 PM Add AfricaTeam as a Friend | Send Message
Africa See Profile
Joint Statement From FIFA And Confederation Of African Football (CAF)

 FIFA and CAF will undertake as soon as possible a full forensic audit of CAF
ZURICH, Switzerland, June 21, 2019/ -- The President of CAF (http://www.CAFonline.com) Ahmad Ahmad has proposed its Executive Committee gathered in Cairo on 19 June 2019, to seek FIFA’s (http://www.FIFA.com) expertise to assess the current situation in the African governing body and help to conclusively accelerate the implementation of the ongoing reform process destined to ensure that CAF functions with transparency, efficiency while abiding to the highest governance standards. The Executive Committee has unanimously approved the proposal of the President.

 

As part of this process, it was also agreed that FIFA and CAF will undertake as soon as possible a full forensic audit of CAF.

In light of the above, CAF and FIFA have agreed to appoint FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura as “FIFA General Delegate for Africa” for a 6-month period from 1 August 2019 to 31 January 2020, renewable with the agreement of both organisations.

Ms. Samoura will be assisted by a group of experts who will work in a spirit of partnership with President Ahmad and his team in several areas, which include amongst others:

 

To oversee operational management of CAF, including governance and administrative procedures;
To ensure the efficient and professional organisation of all CAF competitions;
To support the growth and development of football in all countries and regions of CAF;

During this period, Fatma Samoura will stay Secretary General of FIFA and will delegate her functions within the FIFA administration in accordance with the relevant internal regulations. The Bureau of the FIFA Council has approved this exceptional and temporary measure.

FIFA and CAF will work closely together in order to best serve all African Member Associations to bring stability, serenity, professionalism and effective football development on the African continent where the passion for football is so prevalent.

 

 

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Fédération internationale de football association (FIFA).
View multimedia content


SOURCE
Fédération internationale de football association (FIFA)

Tags:Joint Statement From FIFA And Confederation Of African Football (CAF)
Bookmark and Share Email Email to Friends Print Print
0
Comments(0)
Please Sign In  or Register  to post a comment.
UserName:
Password:

 
Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Linkedin African Music
Push
Post a New Story from your Account, then Vote for it Here by clicking Push



Most Popular
Latest Forums
Latest Polls
Links
Tags
    Nigeria    Kenya    
South Africa    Ghana    
Egypt    Ethiopia    Zimbabwe    Uganda    Tanzania    
Africa    Kenya a Hot bed of Investments    Test    Pope Francis On Safari In Kenya    Malawi    Sudan    The 2nd Pan-African Cultural Festival Photos    Tunisia    2010 World Cup Draw: Which Country Has the Hottest Fans?    Somalia    
Site Map | Help | Send Feedback | Contact us | User Agreement | Privacy | About us
Copyright © 2020-2022 "Africa Updates" All rights reserved