By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
The president of the Cameroon Football Federation, who was recently-voted Confederation of African football governance executive committee (ExCom) member and appointed fourth vice-president of the latter institution has been received like a hero by colleagues and collaborators this Monday as he returned home.
Prince Mbombo Njoya was greeted by a loud crowd of mostly FECAFOOT service heads early this Monday at the Nsimalen International Airport after his brilliant outing last weekend in Rabat-Morocco.
The 59-year old moved from an uncertain candidate for the ExCom role to emphatic winner against incumbent Adoum Djibrine and being appointed Vice-president all within 48 hours.
The crowned prince of Bamoun and president of Federal of Noun in their promotion campaign to the top-flight in the early 2000s has been given a greater responsibility by CAF.
President Mbombo Njoya celebrated the latest success with colleagues before moving to attend to other duties.
He is expected to meet top Cameroon government officials in the days ahead including head of government Chief Dion Ngute as he continues to work in collaboration with the state to ensure football activities in the Central African Nation move smoothly especially on the eve of the 2021 African cup of Nations on home soil.
The complete team of officials led by South Africa’s Patrice Motsepe are expected to lead African football for the next four years.
President: Patrice Motsepe (South Africa)
1st Vice president Augustin SENGHOR (Senegal)
2nd vice president: Ahmed YAHYA (Mauritania )
3rd vice president: Suleiman Waberi (Djibouti)
4th vice president: Seidou Mbombo Njoya (Cameroon)
5th Vice-president: Kanizat Ibrahim (Comoros)
Secretary-General: Véron Mosengo-Omba (DR Congo).
The current Administration replaces the Ahmad Ahmad administration that led the Confederation for four years.
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