Samuel Eto’o, a Barcelona legend, has been elected president of the Cameroon Football Federation.
The four-time Africa’s best player accumulated 43 votes, while his main rival Saidou Mbombo Njoya got 31 votes to become the new president.
Maboang Kessack and Justin Tagouh supported Eto’o in the election.
75 delegated cast their votes, with Samuel Eto’o winning the election to lead the passionate football country.
Samuel Eto’o Fils will be the Cameroon Football governing board for the next four year.
The Cameroon’s three-time UEFA Champions League winner will lead Cameroon’s delegation at the next month’s Africa Cup of Nations, which will be held in Cameroon.