FIFA Bans African Soccer Official

Shocking news has come out of the Football International Federation Association, with them announcing that they have banned one of the most significant officials representing the African Football Culture. FIFA has banned Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona for participating in war crimes during the Hague Events. This termination will be sustained for several years under the charges of discrimination of human dignity. Patrice’s charges extend to Failure to Respect, Protect or Safeguard FIFA Integrity. The ban also includes a significant fine of $500,000.00, which must be paid immediately for Patrice not to face a prison sentence.

Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona was elected as the Central African Republic Body President for the football international federation association. He continued to proceed with his role after he was elected to the Executive Committee of the Confederation of African Football. Collectively, Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona has more than a decade of experience leading the nations football endeavours.

Information was revealed to the football federation, indicating that Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona was the Leader and President of the Christian Anti-Balaka Militia during 2013 and 2014. This militia targeted Muslim Followers and are accused of breaking human rights for more than 200,000 thousand Muslim people. The judges that ruled over this FIFA Case noted that this man was found of committing torture, executions, sexual offences and religious vandalism.

The Football International Federation Association has received considerable backlash with this announcement. Information also revealed that when Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona was committing these atrocious crimes, he was also working with the World Cup Panel under the FIFA association. They claim that nobody was aware of the second life being lives by Patrice but immediately terminated after the data was proven to be correct.

Prison Sentence

There hasn’t been any confirmation if Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona will face prison time for his numerous illegal actions. However, it has been twelve months of hearings to determine if the ban should be prolonged or permanent. He was initially taken into custody in December 2018 and then transferred to the Netherlands.

Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona now faces 111 Charges, with judges determining what his punishment should be going forward. Most anticipate that he will spend a minimum of ten years in prison, guarantying that he can’t enforce a bad name onto the football international federation association. We will keep our readers updated with any new details or information regarding the case against Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona. We can only hope that this corrupt man learns from his illegal actions.