FIFA extends NFA Normalisation Committee's mandate
31 May 2019 17:30pm
WINDHOEK, 31 MAY (NAMPA) The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA)s Bureau of the Council has extended the mandate of the Namibian Football Association (NFA)'s Namibian Normalisation Committee to 15 October 2019.
According to a statement availed to the media by the Normalisation Committees Chairperson, Hilda Basson-Namundjebo, on Friday, the decision to extend their mandate was taken on 15 May 2019, after a recommendation from FIFAs Member Association Committee, who deliberated on the matter during April.
Broadly, the next phase will deliver the much-anticipated electoral congress, the normalisation of the first and second division leagues and the finalisation of a firm policy framework to ensure corporate governance principles are adhered to, the statement added.
The Normalisation Committee was appointed in January to run the NFAs daily affairs; ensure that the members of the NFA whose executive committees are out of mandate organise and conduct the relevant elections; and once elections have been held at member level, to organise and conduct elections of a new NFA Executive Committee.