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By Etienne Mainimo Mengnjo,

Cameroon’s International strikers has promise to clean his image after a communique from the
Cameroon Football Association, FECAFOOT accused him of spending the night with to girls  before their friendly encounter with Burkina Faso on May 27.

Debunking to allegations that went wild on social media last July 11, Clinton Njie expressed his
disappointment stating that he is shocked by the approach and surprised with the content of what
was supposed to be a private correspondence.

“I was surprise a few days ago to see a private correspondence intended for me circulating on the
social media networks. As much as I am shocked by the approach, I am surprised by the content.
I will comply with the clarification requested before the appropriate authorities,” Njie Clinton

According to the striker, “I shared this moment of internship with Fai Collins. We separated
from our coaches at the end of this group without any knowledge or interpellation for any
incident. I really hope its a misunderstanding or confusion. I submit to the discipline of
clarification required.”

While stating that his career and honor are under attack, and that he will himself with the
weapons of truth, Clinton said, “wearing the Indomitable Lion’s jersey is a privilege and an
honor, a childhood dream that has come true. I hope to be able to honor with pride and dignity,
as long as nature gives me the necessary strength and form.”

Meanwhile, the query letter signed by the Secretary General of FECAFOOT accused Njie
Clinton of coming late to the camp on May 24 without any justifications. The communique also
queries the striker of violating the rules of the camp by allowing two girls into his hotel room
before they were expelled by the hotel official as for nuisance.

However, the public has received the news with mixed feelings asking why the striker was not
disciplined the same day the act was committed? On the other hand, why was the private
correspondence released on social media?

Answers are blowing in the air but what is true according to some football pundit there is no smoke without fire.

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