For his independent mindedness in matter of soccer, Martin Ngoga will immediately begin helping implementing reforms in the management of Confederation of African Football.
Ngoga will be part of a 5-strong task force team that has been entrusted with this delicate assignment. Others on the team include; Anin Yeboah (Ghana), Hossam El Shafei (Egypt), Janet Katisya (Kenya) and also Abdoulaye Diop (from Mali).
Known for adhering to professionalism and quality in work, Ngoga is also the deputy chairman of the FIFA Ethics Committee in charge of investigatory chamber.
“You members of the task force are the foundation from which the future African football will be built. We count on your support, your passion and innovation,” FIFA President Gianni Infantino said.
This impressive task force was announced Tuesday in Cairo jointly by the CAF President Ahmad Ahmad and FIFA President Gianni Infantino.
“There are obstacles that we faced that resulted in our request for assistance. That’s why we also need you, the independent experts. Together we will move forward.” President Ahmad said.
Ngoga currently the Speaker of the EAC Parliament will together with his team be responsible for ensuring acute auditing, underlining transparency in all of CAF’s operations, necessity for the highest standards of compliance.
They will also ensure effective and professional organisation of competitions, growth and development of African football, as well as advancement and support for CAF’s 54 Member Associations.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has promised his full support to the work of the group: “If this CAF/FIFA cooperation succeeds African football will be even more envied around the world.”
The Express News