Magdy Abdel Ghani’s appeal against his imprisonment for one year due to the inheritance of his relatives today was considered


Today, Wednesday, the Appellate Court of Misdemeanor, Dokki, will complete the hearing of the appeal submitted by Magdi Abdel Ghani, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Football Association, to the ruling issued for his imprisonment of one year and a fine of 100,000 pounds. For refraining from handing over an inheritance.

Magdi Abdel-Ghani was accused of refraining from handing over the inheritance share of his relatives, and a number of Magdi Abdel-Ghani’s relatives deserving of the inheritance filed a lawsuit in which he and others specialized, and they accused him of refraining from handing their inheritance share at a petrol station with paper.

A judgment was issued by the Dokki Misdemeanor Court to imprison a member of the former Football Association Council a year and fined him 100,000 pounds. He opposed the ruling and was supported in the opposition.

Earlier, Magdy Abdel Ghani, a former member of the Egyptian Football Association, revealed the truth of the news that was circulated regarding the issuance of a court ruling against him, due to family inheritance disputes, noting that the ruling was issued two months ago, and that he was not arrested as rumored Some.

Magdy Abdel-Ghani denounced, during TV statements, the revival of this issue again, explaining that the ruling is old, and that there are beneficiaries to open it again.

The former Egyptian Football Association member added that the ruling was issued in absentia and was challenged and the ruling will be restored again, and that the aim of showing this issue at the present time is to pressure the court to issue a ruling against him, confirming that he has documents that will prove his lack of conviction in this case. And that his grandfather died in 1964 and left a great legacy, and that his uncles are trying to take over his share of the inheritance.


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