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Fifa bans former Caf vice-president Omari for flouting ‘ethics code


The world football ruling body has found the seasoned DR Congo football administrator guilty

Fifa's Independent Ethics Committee has handed the vice-president of the Confederation of African Football, Constant Omari, a one-year ban from all football-related activities.

The Congolese football chief was found guilty of receiving aids from Lagardere during discussions between Caf and the French media outfit.

Omar was claimed to have pocketed over 66,000 Euros (US$80,000), and Fifa has requested he returns these as part of his punishment.

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