FAZ insists FIFA letter not for public consumption

 FAZ insists FIFA letter not for public consumption

By Emmanuel Mukuka
The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has insisted that it won’t be forced to publish the letter from FIFA that has guided that the stalled elections resume.

FAZ has been challenged by its critics to publish the letter from FIFA arguing that communication from the World football governing body is yet to reach the aggrieved part.

But FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala said his association cannot publish the letter from FIFA because it’s not meant for neither the public nor the aggrieved part.

“We receive several letters from FIFA on a daily basis and we do not circulate such communications to the World. There is nothing we can hide, all letters from FIFA are addressed to the General Secretary and I need to protect my office. I can get any letter and share it to the world,” Kashala said.

FAZ has since announced the roadmap for the incomplete electoral process that will see elections in the remaining four provinces held starting from February 16-27.

The FAZ electoral process was suspended on March 12, 2020 following a court action by a non-member Damiano Mutale.

All aggrieved parties met on July 11 2020 under the auspices of the ministry of sports and signed a consent judgment that nullified all court actions.

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