Cameroonian, Issah Hayatou has lost the Confederation of African Football Presidency to Madagascan Ahmad Ahmad after the polls on Thursday.
The CAF President who has been at the helm of affairs since 1986 lost his incumbency to Ahmad Ahmad after pooling 20 votes to Ahmad’s 34 after the 54 Confederations nominees cast their vote.
Ahmad Ahmad is now the new CAF President and will be handing the African Football for the next five years.
The CAF elections also saw a unanimous accepted Zanzibar to become the 55th nation as they all elected the country to be part of the CAF association.
Congratulations to Ahmad Ahmad, the new CAF President.
More to follow….