—- The never-ending round of corruption inquiries into the leadership of football bodies in Africa has reached Somalia where SFF president Abdiqani Said has been made subject, reportedly, to a FIFA investigation over missing funds meant for the women’s football team.

A report from Dalsan Radio has quoted ‘mpeccable sources’ as stating that Said had been summoned by the world football federation to explain himself to its audit bodies in Zurich.

FIFA keeps a much tighter reign on development funds than in former days.

The move follows an expose by Shaima Mohamed, the head of the women soccer who had urged FIFA to take action on the grounds that money made available by the world body to support the women’s game in her country had not reached its intended target.

Last month Mohamed stated she had been forced to flee Mogadishu because she believed her life to be in danger.