Musa Bility, former Liberia Football Association, has faulted CAF president, Ahmad Ahmad, for removing Amaju Pinnick as the 1st vice president of the continental football body.
Pinnick was replaced in the position by Congo’s Constant Omari at the CAF 41st General Assembly, which held in Cairo last Thursday.
But Bility said Pinnick is a very good administrator, who has maintained a very good relationship with all the executive members. He labeled Ahmad Ahmad’s decision not to renew Pinnick’s tenure as a big mistake.
“The worst decision ever made by CAF president, Ahmad Ahmad was not to have kept Pinnick as the first vice president. Amaju is a symbol of unity and a rallying point whenever there was any issue amongst members, only God knows what will happen now but Nigerians should be proud of this man who has brought greatness to Nigeria,” he stated.
Bility stressed further that Pinnick is free from the financial investigation going on in CAF, describing him as a man of integrity.
“A very thorough forensic audit has to be conducted to cleanse CAF and I can boldly say that Pinnick is a man with integrity and has never been involved in any form of corruption, whether financial or material,” he added.