Long serving African football supremo, Issah Hayattou, is set to contest the recent general election that cost him his seat at the CAF seat. The Cameroonian is set to storm the FIFA ethics committee in search of justice as he claimed the election was rigged in favour of Ahmad Ahmad.
The teacher turned football administrator is set to drag the continent’s highest governing football body to FIFA as he planned to seek for redress at the highest level. If accepted by the Ethics committee of FIFA, the long serving CAF boss could be gunning for re-election after almost three decades of leadership at the pinnacle of African football.
CAF replaced Issah Hayattou with Madagascar FA Boss , Ahmad Ahmad, in a landslide won that saw Ahmad edging out Hayattou at 34-20.