Nigerian Journalist Sparks CAF Scandal.. Fouzi Lekjaa at Center of Accusations

Fouzi Lekjaa

Africa Foot: Nigerian journalist Mickey Junior, a specialist in African football, sparked a scandal after revealing that CAF President Patrice Motsepe was unaware that Morocco had won the right to host the African Champions League final .

the Nigerian journalist posted a tweet on his Twitter account, in which he said: « A CAF source said that CAF President Motsepe was not aware of the decision to grant Morocco the right to host the 2021/22 African Champions League Final”.

“My question is, how is this decision made without the approval of the president-elect?  » odd « .

On Monday, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced that the African Champions League final will be held at the Mohammed V stadium in Casablanca, Morocco.

The move came after Egypt’s Al-Ahly issued a statement expressing their objection to the final in Morocco and asked CAF officials to stage the match at a neutral stadium.

A large number of social media pioneers in several countries, including Algeria and Egypt, have launched a campaign to expose the « corruption » of the Confederation of African Football.

Big names have joined the campaign launched by activists with the hashtag « Stop CAF corruption », which goes in its entirety to stop the corruption of Moroccan Faouzi Lekjaa in the continent’s highest football body.

A large number of well-known sports and media personalities have accused the president of the Moroccan Football Federation, Faouzi Lekjaa, of forcing the African Champions League final to be held in his country, Morocco.

The final of the continental championship will bring together the two semi-finalists (Al-Ahly from Egypt with ES Sétif) and (Wydad from Morocco with Petro Atletico from Angola).

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