Former Liberia Football Association boss Musa Bility has resigned from two positions within the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in protest at President Ahmad Ahmad’s leadership of the organization.
In a letter to the CAF president and members of the Executive Committee, Bility said he was standing down as a member of the Emergency Committee and President of the CHAN (African Nations Championship) Standing Committees.
“I can no longer summon the courage to work in these posts at the whims and caprices of the president who I believe is leading this noble organisation in the wrong direction,” wrote Bility.
The Liberian also alleged that Ahmad organised a meeting of the CHAN Committee without consulting him, and also claimed that the CAF boss once proclaimed in a meeting: “I am the president of CAF and the president of every committee.”
Bility revealed that he hopes his resignations will serve as a wake-up call for the body to stand firm and ensure it is managed in accordance with the statutes in order to bring real change to African football.