Kuwait sports authority calls for investigation against top Olympic official Husain Al-Musallam

Did Husain Al-Musallam, president of World Aquatics, award a company owned by his wife and children contracts from public funds? Kuwait's sports authority has handed the case over to the public prosecutor's office. Did he also provide for his family from OCA accounts?

Kuwait sports authority calls for investigation against top Olympic official Husain Al-Musallam
Happy Olympic family: co-conspirator #3, IOC deity. (Photo: World Aquatics)

World Aquatics will probably have to look for a new president, a new Captain Aqua. Or will the Aquatics Integrity Unit, founded by Husain Al-Musallam, the International Olympic Committee and the mendacious ethics commission of the Olympic Council of Asia find tricks and excuses to save him this time too?

Husain Al-Musallam still feels reasonably safe in Doha at the Aquatics World Championships. But things are getting increasingly dicey for him, the suspected multiple offender, bribe payer and co-conspirator #3 in a global FIFA criminal case.

It is no coincidence that Al-Musallam also met with representatives of his new adopted country in Doha, on the sidelines of the World Championships: with Hungary's President Katalin Novák, for example. Novák resigned in the meantime over a sex abuse pardon.

Al-Musallam wants to move World Aquatics to Budapest by 2027. Does this perhaps also have something to do with the fact that he needs a kind of exile? It has long been rumoured in the scene whether Al-Musallam already has a Hungarian passport.

Happy Olympic family in Doha: Hungarian president, resigned in the meantime, co-conspirator #3. (Photo: World Aquatics)

Another dubious event took place on the fringes of the World Championships in Doha: the extraordinary congress of Asia Aquatics, which also dealt with apparently missing millions. THE INQUISITOR has seen videos of this turbulent meeting, at which Al-Musallam dubiously tried to take control and play down the issue of the missing millions. Apparently, bylaws were violated around this congress, including a strange express election of the leadership of Asia Aquatics, which went in favour of Husain Al-Musallam and his fellows.

We can present new documents.

Payments "in advance for years 2024 + 2025"

There have long been indications that Al-Musallam misappropriated funds from the Olympic Council of Asia – more on this in our short historical review below.

Recently, however, there have been indications that Al-Musallam has also made princely payments to his family from OCA accounts. The first documents on this have now emerged and can be presented.

It's about expensive luxury goods like watches. Among other things. It's about apartments that apparently belong to the Al-Musallam family and that were rented out to OCA for high prices. Whereby apparently in 2023 was already paid from OCA accounts … "in advance for years 2024 + 2025":