By Anye Ndeh Nsoh
The Court of Arbitration (CAS) has lifted the ban on Cameroonian born Issa Hayatou.
The former CAF’s President and former FIFA interim President Vice President who was banned from all football related activities for breaching article 15 of the FIFA Code of Ethics based on Duty loyalty in August 2021 has been cleared of the charges.
According to a CAS decision published this Friday, Mr Hayatou is free from the ban.
Hayatou was was accused of corruption and breaching article 15 of the FIFA ethics code due to his involvement in the negotiation, conclusion and signature of the memorandum of understanding and contract agreement for the commercialisation of media and marketing rights of competitions organised by CAF with the company Lagardère Sports between 2014 and 2017 has been cleared.
The recent move opens doors for his return to football related activities in Cameroon and otherwise.
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