FIFA have eliminated Ghana FA Chief executive Kwesi Nyantakyi to competition for the World Soccer regulating body’s future Professional Authorities selection planned for March 16th in Addis Ababa.
Mr. Nyantakyi who is an obligatory participant of the current FIFA Council, is allowed to competition for a port on the council after moving an reliability examine taken out by the Government Panel in complying with article 27.5 (d) of the Government Laws.
Under the new FIFA change laws and regulations, individuals who keep or aim to keep an formal FIFA place, must go through an reliability examine prior to their selection or re-election.
And failing to move the examine would have disqualified the CAF executive participant.
Below are the applicants who have been verified as allowed to competition for spots on the FIFA Council:
Mr. Issa Hayatou (Presidency CAF and vice-president FIFA Council)
Mr. Ahmad (Presidency CAF and vice-president FIFA Council)
Mr. Constant Omari Selemani (member of the FIFA Council)
Ms Lydia Nsekera (member of the FIFA Council)
Mr. Kwesi Nyantakyi (member of the FIFA Council)
Mr. Leodeger Chilla (member of the FIFA Council)
Mr. Almamy Kabele Camara (member of the FIFA Council)
Mr. Hany Abo Rida (member of the FIFA Council)
Mr. Tarek Bouchamaoui (member of the FIFA Council)
Mr. Augustin Sidy Diallo (member of the FIFA Council)
The following members Associations have withdrawn nominations for the following persons:
Chabur Goc Alei (South Sudan)
Kalusha Bwalya (Zambia)
Daniel Alexander Jordaan (South Africa)
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