The committee Chairman, Alex Mgongolwa, further warned on Tuesday that no any TFF member association would be allowed to conduct election without making amendments that conforms to the federation’s constitution.
He said the committee met on February 15 to deliberate on various issues including providing legal advice as sought by the federation’s General Secretary, Angetile Osiah, as well as discussing the heated debate on the TFF members’ constitutional amendments.
Mgongolwa insisted that the committee meeting agreed that no candidate will be allowed to vie for any post in any of its member associations without submitting a form four results (slip) certificate and, not a school leaving certificate. “The meeting also spoke tough against violating the rules and regulations governing the sport by taking football matters to the court of law and it reminded its members to ensure that their Election Committees work hand in hand with the federation’s Election Committee,” said Mgongolwa.
Following the TFF’s latest order, the Dar es Salaam Regional Football Association (DRFA) election planned for next month is heading towards snag because its current constitution doest not fulfil TFF’s statutes.
Meanwhile, Taifa Stars will on Thursday face the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in an international friendly match at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
Both teams will use the match as preparations for their respective African Nations Cup (AFCON) qualifiers preliminary round assignments. Stars will face Mozambique in the first leg match of preliminary qualifier at the National Stadium on February 29, while DRC will be away to face Seychelles.