The Confederation of African Football has decided to intervene and solve the dispute between Zambia FA president Andrew Kamanga and his predecessor Kalusha Bwalya.
Media reports indicate that Bwalya, a member of the CAF executive, is in Zambia as part of CAF’s delegation to watch the ongoing U20 Africa Cup of Nations.
But Kamanga had written a protest letter to CAF president Issa Hayatou, alleging that Bwalya was working with people to destabilise his leadership.
Kamanga claimed Bwalya’s presence had heightened calls for him to be impeached during the FAZ’s general meeting later this month.
Although Bwalya has denied the allegations, Hayatou, in the meeting, told Bwalya to respect the authority of Kamanga.