FIFA Suspends CAF President For 5 Years Over Corruption

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President of the Confederation of African Soccer, Ahmad Ahmad, has been suspended by international soccer governing physique, FIFA, for 5 years for monetary misconduct.

In accordance with a press release on Monday, FIFA ethics committee discovered that, “Ahmad had breached his obligation of loyalty, provided presents and different advantages, mismanaged funds and abused his place as CAF President.”

Ahmad, from Madagascar, has been President of African soccer since March 2017 and was standing for re-election when the ban was introduced.

His first four-year time period was clouded with allegations of monetary wrongdoing and misconduct on the Confederation of African Soccer headquarters in Cairo.

He was detained by French authorities in Paris on the eve of the Ladies’s World Cup for questioning a few CAF gear cope with an organization that appeared to have little connection to soccer.