- President Guy Mayolas will continue the transformation job he started in UNIFFAC after getting a new four-year term by acclamation last weekend
- The newly-constituted bureau in the process overseen by Seidou Mbombo Njoya
- Samuel Eto’o Fils has been added to the bureau as an executive member
Congolese FA president Guy Jean Blaise Mayolas has been elected the new president of the Union of Central Africa football federation (UNIFFAC) in the elections that brought Samuel Eto’o Fils into his team as Executive bureau members.
Guy Jean Blaise Mayolas has been elected as the new UNIFFAC president by acclamation during the Elective General Assembly that was held on Saturday in Libreville, Gabon.
He stood for the elections unopposed and delegates from all eight UNIFFAC members participated, to settle for him as new president through the process supervised by CAF fourth vice president, Seidou Mbombo Njoya.
President Mayolas had been in office since after the cancellation of the elections of the Equatorial Football Federation Guinea president, Gustavo Ndong Edu.
He first came to office via article 19 section 8 of the UNIFFAC statutes which states;
“If the current president loses his capacity as president of his national association, he automatically loses that of the president of the zone and is replaced by the first vice-president.”
President Mayolas, 61, will continue to steady the UNIFFAC ship and push for better days for football in Central Africa.
President Yanindji Celestin of CAR and Monteiro Domingos of Sao Tome and Principe get into the bureau as vice presidents, Equatorial Guinea’s Micha Ndong and Samuel Eto’o Fils of Cameroon have been co-opted as executive Bureau members.
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