These are not the best of time for President of the Confederation of Africa Football Ahmad Ahmad. First he was arrested for financial infraction and contract breach in France.
The latest is that two ladies are accusing him of offences bordering on sexual misconduct.
According to The New York Times, Mariam Diakite, a public relation consultant from Mali, said Ahmad fired him for rejecting his advances.
“He (Ahmad) was refusing to let me work because I refused to marry him,” the 34-year-old told the paper.
An unnamed female British translator also said she was one of Ahmad’s playing up the field saying she cornered by Ahmad at a CAF event in Rabat.
She said Ahmad had insisted that she too accompany her to his room adding that she quit the job after the encounter.
Recall that FIFA’s Ethic Committee has launched investigation into all the claims against the embattled CAF President.