World football governing body FIFA has reminded the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) the political government and football association decisions should see no crossover interventions.
FIFA said the Zambia High Court’s judgement on the election case will be a violation of the rules against state interference.
As reported here on Futaa last weekend, Zambian legend Kalusha Bwalya’s has had to seek legal intervention following his ousting in the FAZ presidential election.
“Last week, Kalusha Bwalya’s agents moved the Ndola High Court to halt the holding of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Annual General meeting (AGM), Electoral Process and Elections,” reported the Zambia Observer.
“This followed a court action where Lewis Nathan Advocates sued Adrian Kashala in his capacity as FAZ Secretary General on behalf of Damiano Mutale and Patson Lusaka.
“The Court issued an Ex Parte Order staying the FAZ electoral Process and Elections pending the hearing and determination of the matter.
“The Court has directed that the process which started on 7th March 2020 and was expected to end on 28th March 2020 has been halted until the matter is heard and determined.”