Seidou Mbombo Njoya has been elected as the new President of the Cameroon Football Federation following elections held on Wednesday in Yaounde.
He picked un 46 votes ahead of his close rival Joseph Antoine Bell with 17 and Mongue Nyamsi with three votes while Hervé Tchinda and Manouang Kessack scored zero votes.
Before the election, Franck Happi had pulled out in favour of Joseph Antoine Bell but was not enough as Seidou Njoya still emerged winner.
Seidou Njoya, a Bamoun prince is the former director of the FIFA’s Central African sub regional office and former chief of protocol of former Caf President Issa Hayatou.
He was equally former vice President of the Cameroon Football Federation under Iya Mohammed as well as head of the international football commission at Fecafoot.
He alongside the new Fecafoot bureau that will be elected today will be installed in four days time, marking the end of the mandate of the Normalisation Committee.