Lumumba says they are bent on removing Matthias

Georgetown Football Association (GFA) Secretary Odinga Lumumba said that in any democracy the people have the right to remove any leadership and as such, their position in removing Guyana Football Federation (GFF) President Christopher Matthias remains the same.

Speaking at a press conference held at the Water Chris Hotel by several associations and affiliates attached to the GFF, Lumumba said that the motion submitted at the congress for the removal of the President was supported by nine delegates and voted against by three.

“They were six phantom votes as three IMC’s were allowed to vote by the President and that was a breach. Never has that happened in the history of Guyana,” added Lumumba.

He noted that the 2010 minutes read from by the President at the GFF congress stating that an IMC voted in the ratification of the GFF constitution was a wrong and simply an error within a draft record.

Lumumba, who is also Presidential Advisor to Donald Ramotar said that several of the persons who were allegedly part …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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