WINDHOEK, OCT. 28 – NFA president Frans Mbidi is unaware of allegations leveled against him, and he said he has not receivied formal contact to relieve him of his duties.
Speaking to Nampa on Sunday, Mbidi said he was unaware of the allegations leveled against him and therefore could not comment.
“I have not yet received a letter that says I have been dismissed as the NFA president and I am not aware that they had a meeting to dismiss me,” he said.
Following an Exco meeting yesterday (Saturday 27 October), Namibia Football Association (NFA) resolved to sack president Frans Mbidi.
According to the NFA website, “The Executive Committee having convened in terms of Article 34 (2) further resolved in terms of Article 35 (0) to dismiss the President Mr. Frans Mbidi until the Congress on the 12th January 2019, for submission of the motion by it in accordance with Article 37 (1).”
Last Sunday, Namibia Daily News reported on the inner squabbles that dominate NFA’s leadership.