An Ordinary Board meeting of the Cameroon Nanbudo Federation took place in Yaounde recently.
Three top officials of the Cameroon Nanbudo Federation (FECANA) have been suspended from their functions. This was one of the major resolutions of an Ordinary Board meeting of the federation that took place in Yaounde recently.
The suspended officials include the Vice President of FECANA, Shihan Paul Nyamsi, Adviser to the President in charge of ethics, Me Tchoua Pierre and former finance controller, Me Toue A Rim René Blaise.
They are accused of many charges notably the non-respect of the national anthem and the national flag during a recent African Nanbudo Championship in Côte d’Ivoire in November 2013, fraud and false declarations and non-respect of ministerial instructions.
The accused who were conspicuously absent from the board meeting were suspended in a conservatory manner from all activities of the Cameroon Nanbudo Federation with immediate effect.
During the deliberations, the members examined issues linked to misunderstandings on the management of the special funds allocated to FECANA in line with the participation of Cameroonian national teams in international competitions in this sports discipline.
The board meeting was preceded by an Extra Ordinary Board meeting and the first national training workshop for Nanbudo coaches for the 2018 sports season. The workshop took place under the supervision of the National Technical Director, Shihan Linus Mbopnda.
The objective of the workshop was to reiterate the directives of the national technical directorate for the new season that has just kicked off.
Linus Mbopnda said many international competitions are in view this season. As a result the federation intends to boost the skills of coaches to enable them manage local teams efficiently.