How did FIFA overthrow Ahmed Ahmed? .. Amr Fahmy is victorious

How did FIFA overthrow Ahmed Ahmed? .. Amr Fahmy is victorious
How did FIFA overthrow Ahmed Ahmed? .. Amr Fahmy is victorious

The Judicial Chamber of the Independent Ethics Committee of FIFA announced that Ahmed Ahmed, President of the Confederation of Confederation of African Football (CAF) and Vice President of FIFA, has been suspended for a period of 5 years and fined 200,000 Swiss francs.

The FIFA statement indicated that the Judicial Chamber found that Ahmed Ahmed, president of CAF, had violated Articles 15, 20 and 25 of the current version of the FIFA Code of Ethics, as well as 28 of the 2018 edition, and punished him by banning him from all football-related activities (administrative or sports Or any other activity) at the national and international levels.

The investigations referred to in the FIFA statement relate to Ahmed Ahmed’s behavior during his presidency of CAF. The most prominent of these issues is the organization and financing of Hajj and Umrah trips, his participation in Caf’s dealings with the sports equipment company “Tactical”, and other activities.

The decision came after after a lengthy hearing, the Judicial Chamber ruled, based on information gathered by the investigation room, that Mr. Ahmed had done the following:

Breach of the duty of loyalty.
Offer gifts and other benefits.
He mismanaged funds and abused his position as “adequate” president.

“FIFA does justice to Amr Fahmy”

The late Amr Fahmy, formerly the Secretary General of KAF, was considered the first to move stagnant water from under Ahmed Ahmed’s feet, and this matter contributed to the currently suspended “President KAF” who worked to oust Amr Fahmy from his position in “CAF,” which is what happened.

A report published by “Reuters” agency in its English language previously said that the African football governing body dismissed a prominent official with “K”, after the official charged corruption charges against the “K” president.

The report indicated that “CAF” dismissed Amr Mostafa Fahmy, after accusing “K” chief Ahmed Ahmed of obtaining bribes and misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to official documents.

The Reuters report dealt with one of the documents that Amr Fahmy sent to FIFA to investigate alleged moral violations that Ahmed Ahmed had ordered his secretary general to pay $ 20,000 in bribes into the accounts of heads of football federations in Africa. , Including the countries of Cape Verde and Tanzania.

According to Reuters, the document dealt with Ahmed Ahmed’s accusation of incurring the “Kaf” treasury of $ 830,000 as additional costs by ordering equipment through a French company, in addition to his accusation of harassing 4 female employees with “sufficient” (whose name he did not mention), and violating laws to increase representation. Moroccan inside CAF. Moreover, more than $ 400,000 of CAF’s money has been over-spent on cars in Egypt and Madagascar.

The Spanish newspaper Marca also confirmed in a report earlier, that the Ethics Committee will investigate Kef’s president because of the accusations directed against him by Amr Fahmy, the former Secretary-General of the African Union.

The Spanish report stressed that the President of CAF will be required to reveal the reason for the dismissal of Amr Fahmy from his post without referring to the support of the Executive Committee in CAF.

The report indicated that Ahmed Ahmed is facing charges of going to Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah rituals with funds suspected of being from the Lagardere company to push him to withdraw from reviewing contracts, which was mentioned by FIFA in his statement regarding Ahmed Ahmed’s suspension.

“Yallakora” has previously published the reasons cited by the late Amr Fahmy in his complaint, which prompted the French authorities to investigate Ahmed Ahmed earlier.

Amr Fahmy based this complaint on the fact that Ahmed Ahmed wasted the federation’s money, as it was agreed with Puma to supply CAF with sports equipment for the 2018 Nations Cup in Morocco, and it was agreed that Puma would get 312,000 euros on December 14, 2017. But Ahmed Ahmed canceled this agreement only 4 days after the conclusion of the deal, as he wanted Adidas to supply CAF with these tools.

The African Union canceled the deal at the request of Ahmed Ahmed, which made Puma expect a fine on CAF of 105,000 euros.
In December 2017, CAF ordered the same equipment from the French company Tactical Steel, which supplied CAF with these requests, for 1.2 million euros.

The complaint stressed that despite the presence of Tactical Steel in France, the funds were transferred to a Turkish company called Serene Hydravat.

Amr Fahmy confirmed in this complaint that Romois Sayler, CEO of the French company, is a close friend of Ahmed Ahmed’s first assistant Loic Gerland.

The BBC also mentioned earlier that the accusations leveled against Kafe’s president were related to the controversy surrounding the French company, Tactical Steel, which is interested in manufacturing sports equipment and run by Ahmed’s old friend.

Siddiq Ahmed Ahmed provided sports equipment and clothes to CAF in 2017 after canceling the partnership deal with Puma, which indicates a corruption charge of the CAF president.

The Puma deal was $ 250,000 less, but the deal with Tactical Steel was concluded for more than $ 1 million for 22,000 pieces instead of 15,000.

The BBC report indicated that the late Egyptian Amr Fahmy, former secretary of the African Union, was the first to file a complaint against a sufficient president in this regard.

Another report by “BBC”, in which the network clarified that Ahmed Ahmed received allowances in one period of time, under the pretext of his presence in Russia, Egypt and Madagascar at the same time.

According to the documents published by the BBC, the CAF president obtained doubled funds during the period from June to July of 2018, in light of the confirmation of his presence in Egypt and then Russia.

Ahmed received $ 450 for the day he was in Russia during the World Cup, despite the fact that the African Union has no role in organizing the World Cup, according to the authority.

According to the BBC documents, Ahmed Ahmed went to the Russian capital, Moscow, to attend the Congress of the International Federation “FIFA”, which extended for a period of 41 days from June 14 to July 11.

However, the documents proved that the President of El Kef traveled to Egypt from Russia on June 23 for a period of four days, before traveling on the 27th of the same month to Madagascar until the first of July.

The President of Caf’s travel to three countries in one period resulted in granting him doubling allowances three times, as another document on September 28 revealed that he had obtained $ 18,450 from the African Union for the 41 days he spent in Russia from June 7 to July 17.

The BBC stressed that Ahmed Ahmed was not present in Russia or Egypt during the period from June 27 to July 1, as he was in Madagascar, according to the documents I have seen.

In other words, the President of El Kef, according to BBC documents, obtained accommodation and travel allowances for the period from June 7 to July 17, in addition to other allowances for the period from June 23 to July 1, and then allowances for the period from June 27 to July 1, which Means doubling his allowances three times.

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