The president of the African soccer confederation has denied allegations of bribery against him made by a high-ranking official at his body who was then fired.
CAF president Ahmad, who goes by one name, said he had no control over finances at the confederation after former secretary general Amr Fahmy accused him of bribing presidents of African national soccer associations and misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Fahmy was fired last month for “misconduct” but CAF didn’t release details of any disciplinary case against him. Fahmy reportedly sent the allegations against Ahmad to FIFA, where Ahmad is a vice president, but the world governing body has not announced any ethics investigation.
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