FIFA/CAF joint mission in La Republique 0

Officials of the world football governing body, FIFA and the Confederation of African Football, CAF are in La Republique du Cameroun. Their main mission is to put in place a Normalisation Committee to replace the former FECAFOOT Executive after the elections were declared null.

According to a brief programme published, the officials entered the French speaking country on Wednesday 6th of September 2017. Today, Thursday 7th of September, the team will consult with stakeholders in the domain of football in the country and eventually appoint members of the Normalisation Committee.

On Friday 8th the Committee shall be officially installed before the delegation leaves Cameroon on Friday 9th September. Football fans are very excited to see the faces that will be assigned the onerous task of organising fresh elections in FECAFOOT within the six month.

Since Wednesday the 23rd of August when FIFA Executive board decided to appoint a Normalisation Committee to manage FECAFOOT, Blaise Moussa the Secretary General has been handling the daily affairs of the Francophone dominated FA.

The Franccophone puzzle is not only centred around those to be appointed within the Normalisation Committee but most especially those who will eventually be voted into a new FECAFOOT executive bureau on the 28th of February 2018.

Source: CRTV