Azam announced on Wednesday the signing of the highly rated midfielder, who is currently with the national team squad camping in Mbeya region ahead of their build-up match against Malawi due this Sunday.
The Mbagala-based club posted a photo on their official website showing the youthful midfielder putting ink on papers, while donning on the team’s jersey.
Apparently incensed by the incident, TFF President Jamal Malinzi has decided to take a look into the matter and has appointed Counsel Wilson Ogunde to investigate the whole process that led to the signing of the Stars player.
A statement issued by the country’s football governing body said that upon the completion of his inquiry, Counsel Ogunde will advice the TFF on possible measures.
Domayo established himself as a key player for Yanga following his transfer from JKT Ruvu in 2012 and has reportedly signed a two-year contract with Azam on head coach Joseph Omog’s recommendation.
Azam Secretary General Nassor Idrissa confirmed the deal, noting that they were determined to strengthen their team ahead of the continental and regional club competitions.
This was the second time in a space of 24 hours Azam had raided Yanga having previously secured the services of striker Didier Kavumbagu on Tuesday.
Kavumbagu, who spent two seasons with the former Mainland champions Yanga, joined Azam as a free agent after Yanga failed to give him a new contract.
The Burundian striker’s departure is a huge blow to Yanga, taking into account that he was the cub’s top scorer and finished the league second on the goal scoring charts with 13 strikes.
It is not the first time a Premier League club signed a player while in the national team camp.
It should be remembered that Yanga signed Domayo and Simba defender Kelvin Yondani while the players were camping with the Taifa Stars.
The signing of Yondani, in particular, drew a lot of confrontation between Yanga and Simba, with the then TFF President Leodegar Tenga seeking an in-depth explanation on how the defender sneaked out of the Taifa Stars camp.