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Cameroon FA President To Face Assault Charges

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Samuel Eto’o, the President of  Cameroon’s Football Association is likely to face assault charges as the man involved in an altercation with him has filed a case with the law enforcement agency.

Samuel Eto’o |FB

While narrating his experience, an Algerian YouTuber goes by the name Momouni, in a  video on Tuesday evening said he had asked Eto’o if he (Eto’o) bribed the referee that officiated the World Cup playoff between Cameroon and Algeria that saw Cameroon qualify for the 2022 tournament and the question infuriated him.

He said:  “I’m at the police station to file a complaint against Eto’o. He hit me and someone with him pushed me.  “I asked him how is Bakary Gassama (referee that took charge of African World Cup play off) and if he gave him a bribe. He then hit me and destroyed both my camera and mic.”

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The YouTuber added that he has filed a complaint to the Qatari police on the assault.

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“I will take my rights here in Qatar as it is a state of law. He did hit me in the chest, in the face and on my elbow,” Momouni added.

The Cameroon FA president has been in the news recently for attacking a man outside a stadium in Qatar at the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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