By Giovanni Wanneh
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon


President Seidou Mbombo Njoya has aired a certain willingness to be transparent in the usage of 1.5 million dollars – FIFA, Covid-19 funds to the Cameroon F.A.

In a presser held at the FECAFOOT headquarters today, July 16, Cameroon’s F.A president confirmed the first arrival of Covid-19 funds but noted that, it mustn’t only be distributed amongst clubs, as he and his executives aim for transparency.

In FIFA guidelines of how the funds should be put to use, she (FIFA) states that it can be useful for the restart of competitions; purchase of sanitary kits, improvement of football infrastructures, amongst others.

In effect, 85 percent of the money received by FECAFOOT will be distributed amongst clubs, and 15 percent into other aspects FECAFOOT deems necessary to add value.

Beneficiaries include professional clubs, amateur clubs (regional and departmental leagues), Youth football, together with first and second-tier of women’s football.

In this month of July, 500,000 thousand dollars will be gotten for men’s football meanwhile another 500, 000 dollars will be gotten in the month of January 2021. President Seidou Mbombo Njoya equally added that, the 500,000 dollars as regards Women’s football will be made available this month, right after it arrives.

FIFA has demanded accountability for any penny spent, in affect, President Mbombo Njoya has pleaded with beneficiaries not to hesitate to justify usage of funds.

CAF has equally announced a plan to aid member associations. As per the F.A boss, transparency will be used in all cases.

Seidou Mbombo Njoya ended his press conference with massive appreciation to FIFA, in place of all FECAFOOT executives.


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