CAF's ELECTIONS: 46 CAF's associations call on President Ahmad to run for a second term - MySoccer24

CAF’s ELECTIONS: 46 CAF’s associations call on President Ahmad to run for a second term

The presidents defend Ahmad’s first term

The presidents of the 6 Councils of African Football Associations argue that

The reforms that have been initiated on the first day in of his mandate have built a strong, modern and demanding institution, rising each day a little more to international standards.
In four years, he managed to set up a new system of collegial governance, allowing all goodwill individuals to participate in the life of football. The fundamental reorganization of the institution has made the administration more efficient. Transparency – particularly financial – has become a major concern, which is improving every day…

The work achieved by President Ahmad Ahmad and his team is as effective as it is unappreciated because you never notice things that are going well. It is unfair, but nature is made that way.”

The presidents bet on stability

The presidents bet on stability in order to have the required time and perseverance to establish the culture of High standard : “CAF is doing better, but the situation remains fragile. Transformations in the institution are bearing fruits, but reforms must continue, and good practices take root.”

Challenges of a new mandate

The challenges of the next term of office are immense: in addition to completing the reforms, we must instil a vision for African football. We need a modern project, in line with the aspirations of the continent and Africans, whether spectators, practitioners, or leaders.
In this area, the lines drawn by President Ahmad are promising, and we share them. As we are better acquainted with the areas and the field, we also believe that we must strengthen the means there to amplify the education of the youngest. President Ahmad has already expressed his desire to make football accessible to everyone, regardless of ethnic, economic, religious or gender differences. We agree, and we also welcome the historic progress
already made in women’s football materials”

Philip Chiyangwa, Mamadou Antonio Souaré, Abdulhakim Al Shelmani, Gustavo Ndong, Djibrilla Hima Hamidou, Wallace Karia, Presidents of the 6 Councils of African Football Associations.


André Marie Awoumou Manga



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