THE ETHICS COMMITTEE OF THE CNOSC SITS TO JUDGE THE MORAL CASE AT THE CAMEROON FEDERATION OF KARATE
The ethics Committee of the CNOSC Opened its three days working session on Tuesday 22nd September at the Yaounde Mont Febe hotel.
The session was launched by the President of the CNOSC Hamad KALKABA MALBOUM. During his opening speech, he emphasized on the fact the CNOSC attaches great importance to the protection and safeguard of ethical values. Reason why the institution pays a particular interest on this case .
He added that the members of the Ethics Committee are a good representation of moral tolerance and assurance and this guarantees a job well done.
During three days, the committee is thus going to hear all the people involved in the moral case within the Cameroon Federation of Karate. The different hearings of the session will thus enable bring more light into the matter and therefore permit the CNOSC who is the custodian of the Olympic and sports ethics in Cameroon to judge the case impartially and in line with the report already made by the Ministry of Sports and physical Education.