CAF Present Issa Hayatou says he has made great progress in reconciling FAZ president Andrew Kamanga with his archrival and predecessor Kalusha Bwalya.
The Kalusha and Kamanga rift continues to grow following the latter’s stunning win over the former at the 2016 FAZ AGM.
Their rivalry has seen allegations of a pro-Kalusha camp undermining Kamanga regime.
Kamanga late last week officially wrote to Hayatou asking him to rein in Kalusha, who is also CAF executive committee member, from directly and indirectly interfering with the operations of his regime.
“During our meeting we requested the former President to respect the current President and we also asked the former President to seek advice for the good of the game,” Hayatou said.
” The two I am sure they are in good relation there is nothing wrong. We are very satisfied with the outcome of that meeting.
“We know that in the current executive there are some members who are very close to Kalusha Bwalya so we requested that if there is a problem we requested that he should meet the current President so that they work together.
“That was the outcome of our meeting.”