CAF Disputes Unfounded Allegations by Pricewater Coopers Report

February 15 14:23 2020

The CAF executive committee at its meeting in Doha, Qatar, has disputed some of the points raised in the report of the top accounting firm.

CAF at its meeting devoted the first part of the session to the examination of the report by Pricewaterhousecoopers (PWC) on the “CAF organizational review” for the period 2015 to 2019, carried out the past three months.

The CAF executive committee disputes unfounded allegations contained in the report, particularly regarding the

– support for funerals which the body said they are acts of solidarity in support of families of individuals who have served African football, including the family of the late Hussein Swaleh, who passed away in a plane crash.

they also reacted to FIFA forward funds which they emphasized is strictly governed by procedures set by FIFA. as a reminder, the periods – 2015, 2016 and 2017- were the subject of a FIFA audit by international firms including PWC.

while on tactical steel the procedures are before various jurisdictions. CAF is ready to provide the relevant justification for the matter as previously authorised by the CAF executive committee.

however officials of PWC were invited to the meeting; however they failed to make it.

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