FECAFOOT Ethics commission ban former boss from football ban for life
The ethics commission of the Cameroon football federation(FECAFOOT) have through a press release announced this evening that following reports of its findings on different allegations against the former president of FECAFOOT Tombi A Roko Sidiki, the commission has slammed a life time ban on the man who was in charge when Cameroon won the 2017 AFCON in Gabon.
Elected president of FECAFOOT in September 2015 after occupying different roles in the football glass house in Tsinga including being the Secretary General of the institution, Tombi’s time as president was always punctuated by agitating parties claiming he was an illegal president until May 2018 FIFA desolved the Tombi led executive and put in place.
According to the release from the commission signed on the 1st of July but only released in the evening of 12th July 2019,Tombi had multiple charges against him dominantly misappropriation of funds, poor follow up of federation’s contracts amongst which include the much talked about Bamenda, Bafia, Sangmalima and Bangante municipal Stadia.
The above mentioned reasons have earned a lifetime ban from football related activities for the rest of his life and pay the sum of 10 millions FCFA amongst others.
Cameroon won the 2017 with the Tombi as the FA boss but things became sour few months after and since ousting from office by the law, he has made very few public appearances.