The Confederation of African Football has sacked its general secretary, Amr Fahmy last week.

Fahmy levelled allegations of corruption and sexual harassment against the African football’s governing body boss Ahmad Ahmad.


The 36-year-old Egyptian sent a letter to football’s world governing body, FIFA last month detailing accusations of corruption and charges of sexual harassment.

Head of communications at CAF, Nathalie Rabe made the announcement on Fahmy sack.

“The Confederation of African Football (CAF) executive committee took the decision on 11 April to revoke the position of Amr Fahmy, the secretary general.”


“This was a decision taken by the executive committee and I don’t know about the allegations,” she told AFP.

Former Moroccan diplomat Mouad Hajji has been named as the new secretary general.

Ahmad Ahmad was elected president of the Confederation of African Football in 2017.



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