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Football: CAF joins Cameroon in mourning devoted servant Boubakary Bello 

by Lesley Ngwa
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The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has issued a release expressing condolences to the Cameroon football family following the demise of its key member Boubakary Bello who was also a key member at the continental body.

The veteran football stakeholder passed on this Monday at the CNPS hospital in Maroua barely days after he fell sick.

CAF like the Cameroon football federation is touched by his demise.

“CAF is saddened by the passing of Mr. Boubakary Bello who was the member of CAF Organizing Committee for Youth Competitions.

Boubakary Bello, who was the second vice President of Cameroon Football Federation, was in Egypt earlier this month for the start of the TotalEnergies U-20 Africa Cup of Nations. He was in Cameroon by the time of his sad passing,” a statement from the home of African football body read.

“CAF will observe a moment of silence before today’s TotalEnergies U-20 Africa Cup of Nations.

CAF President Dr Patrice Motsepe and African Football Family conveys heartfelt condolences to Boubakary Bello family and Cameroonian Football Family.”

Mr Bello, 68, was also the president of the Far North regional championship and an executive committee of FECAFOOT at the time of his demise.

A FECAFOOT release on the former qualifies the death of their former finance committee member of the institution as a big lost to football and it’s stakeholders.

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