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By Martin Chawanzi
Top Zambian referee Janny Sikazwe says he is not worried about anything because his conscience is clean and he is ready to defend himself before the CAF disciplinary board.
CAF has provisionally suspended Sikazwe for alleged biased officiating during the Champions League semi-final match between eventual Champions Esperance of Tunisia and Premeiro Agusto of Angola.
“Of course I am ready to go for hearing. I am not worried about anything because my conscience is clear,
The Chairman of CAF Disciplinary Board, Raymond Hack decided that there is ground to hold a hearing regarding allegations of corruption made against Sikazwe following a thorough check of the elements presented to them regarding the violation by the Kapiri Mposhi based centre referee of CAF Regulations, in particular Arts. 82, 136, 152 of the CAF Disciplinary Code.