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FIFA threatens Cameroon but Owona and his gang are not listening!!

FIFA has announced that it will sanction Cameroon if new leaders are not elected by the 30th of September. The Executive Committee of FIFA has given the Joseph Owona so called normalization committee until 30th of September to ensure the adoption of the texts and the election of new leaders. The FIFA statement that was signed by the Secretary General Jerome Valcke noted that any failure to respect the new timetable shall lead to a probable suspension. Joseph Owona and his gang of retired and expired university professors have been making a mockery of Cameroon football.

On the 21st of July, in a letter addressed to FIFA, Joseph Owona, the President of the Cameroon Football Federation Normalization Committee, made a u-turn on a decision of the Chamber of Conciliation and Arbitration of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Cameroon. A decision he (Owona) had claimed was null and void. The Chamber had annulled the General Assembly's adoption of the FECAFOOT texts (Constitution and electoral code) of June 2 because of an objection presented by 35% of FECAFOOT delegates. 

Owona and his acolytes such as Minkwa Shey and Ephraim Ngwafor have spent 11 billion FCFA in 2 years with nothing to show for and Owona who pays himself 4 million FCFA a month wrote to FIFA and proposed a new schedule of its activities. Whatever Owona wants, Owona gets!! However, FIFA, through the ink of Jerome Valcke, said the world body was puzzled by the unfolding of events ever since August 2014. The world football governing body has now set a deadline for our CPDM successful and prominent failures to make amends.

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