The Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) settles its accounts with the Union bank of Africa (Uba) and Ecobank.
These two banks have decided for more than a year to freeze the accounts of the Cameroonian Football Federation in accordance with the sentence of the judges of the Chamber of Conciliation and Arbitration of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Cameroon, which invalidates all Electoral process that led in September 2015 Tombi A Roko Sidiki to the presidency of the Fécafoot.
Uba and Ecobank also pledged to block the accounts of FECAFOOT under the threat of opponents of the government of Tombi A Roko. The president of FECAFOOT had seized the courts to obtain the lifting of the seals on the accounts of the governing body of the sport king of Cameroon. The case is still pending before the courts. All mediations for an amicable settlement of this case have failed.
Since yesterday, Friday 10 February 2017, FECAFOOT has therefore decided to break all relations with these two banks. Despite their differences, the Cameroon Football Federation continued to transfer to Uba and Ecobank the funds for the salaries of the employees and the payment of the invoices of the service providers.
Below is a copy of the memorandum signed by Blaise Moussa, Secretary General of Fécafoot, who announces the break with Uba and Ecobank: