SAFA Presidential Elections Won’t Be Halted By Sexual Allegations
SAFA insist that NEC electoral congress will go ahead as planned
Word reaching the Siya Crew is that the South African Football Association National Executive Committee electoral congress will go ahead as planned amidst new sexual allegations levelled against SAFA boss Dr Danny Jordaan.
Earlier this week several media publications reported that an unnamed 40-year-old woman filed a sexual complaint against Jordaan claiming that the current SAFA President sexually assaulted her on more than three occasions.
A Siya source close to the FA informed the crew that the upcoming electoral congress will proceed as expected despite the second allegations.
“The new sexual allegations don’t change a thing. The electoral congress will proceed as planned.
“We are not worried about any tactic that may be used to delay the upcoming congress further,” added the source.
Meanwhile, Jordaan and SAFA have continued to endure numerous scandals and challenges on the road towards to the SAFA elections. SAFA’s electoral congress is expected to take place this coming Saturday 26 May 2018.
Dr Danny Jordaan still remains unopposed to for a second term as SAFA President.