Ahmad Ahmad to look for re-appointment as CAF chief

Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:17 am

President of CAF Ahmad Ahmad is seeking re-election to be the president of Confederation of African Football for a second term.

Ahmad was previously elected into office in 2017, before that he’s has been the president of the Malagasy Football Federation since 2003 before he eventually became CAF president, Ahmad also served as a minister in Madagascar.

The association has been blamed for abusing upto $20m in a review endorsed by FIFA as per a report that spilled in February.

Ahmad himself is the subject of an examination testing his function in the honor of a delicate for the gracefully of active apparel hardware for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations

There’s no strong opponent for the prestigious post, so Ahmad stands a high chance of getting re-elected into the office for a second term.