A delegation from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) led by its president Dr. Ahmad Ahmad called on the vice president of Ghana Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia at the Flagstaff House Friday.
Dr. Ahmad thanked the government of Ghana for its crucial role in developing football in Africa while Dr. Bawumia assured the Confederation of government’s continued support in developing Sports in Ghana. Present at the brief visit was Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah, Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi, and Constant Omari, who is the 2nd vice president of CAF.
The entire membership of the continent’s football governing body’s Executive Committee is in Ghana for a meeting to discuss pertinent issues confronting African football.
A CAF Executive Committee meeting will be held in Accra on Saturday September 23 where some key decisions on African football will be taken.
The entire delegation will then travel to Cape Coast where they will watch the final match of the ongoing WAFU Cup of Nations tournament on Sunday.
The CAF delegation is expected to depart on September 25