Although the Red Star football player recently issued a statement at the African Football Federation (African Football Federation) hearing, the case of Geilor Kange is still unresolved
The Congolese Football Association accused Kang Gang, who was born in Congo, was not entitled to participate in Gabon games, and Gabon was therefore eligible for the African Cup of Nations.
Congo presented its document, the so-called document of Kanga, which is also a document named “Kijaku Kijaku Kijanga” because they claim to be Kanga’s name.
The Gabon Football Association also provided its documents, but they are said to be incomplete, because the birth certificate is said to have no information about home or address.
The Serbian Telegraph quoted the African media as saying that Kanga explained how his mother gave birth to him in Vajem, Gabon in 1990. If according to the Gabon Union document, she died in 1986, the birth of Kijaku Kijaku Kanga “.