The CAS dismisses the president of the Cameroonian Federation a few hours before the start of CHAN!

A few hours before the kickoff of CHAN 2020 that Cameroon is organizing, the country is amazed!
In a judgment rendered on Friday January 15, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS) announced that he annul the election of the executive committee of the Cameroon Football Federation which took place in December 2018, which means that the president of the body, and all his team would be dismissed and replaced by a normalization committee which would be set up by FIFA but which has not yet reacted officially.
The CAS was seized by the AS Olympique club of Meiganga which notably denounced « acts of corruption » which would have occurred during the General Assembly of validation of the statutes of the Cameroonian Football Federation organized on October 10, 2018.
On the CAS document we can clearly read: “The Court of Arbitration for Sport annuls (…) the decision proclaiming the results of the elections of presidents, first vice-presidents, second vice-presidents and delegates of the departmental football leagues”.
Will this decision have consequences on the progress and organization of CHAN?

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