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Rwandan officials Musabyimana & Ntagungira get top CAF appointments

Posted on Oct 12 2017

Former Rwanda Football Federation [FERWAFA] officials Celestin Musabyimana and Celestin Ntagungira have been appointed to serve on the powerful CAF Committees.

Musabyimana, a former FERWAFA vice president has been appointed by the CAF President Ahmed to serve on the Africa Cup of Nations Organising Committee.

Former FERWAFA president Ntagungira who also serves as a CAF and FIFA Referees Instructor will serve on the Referees Committee.

The Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) confirmed both Musabyimana and Ntagungira appointments early this week when he was invited to the body’s headquarters in Egypt.

The duo will serve a four-year term in office as they will contribute in the planning and execution of the continent’s flagship football competition.

Meanwhile, members of the Total Africa Cup of Nations Organizing Committee met on Wednesday, at the CAF headquarters in Cairo. Five items were on the agenda of this very first meeting, after the appointment of the members of this Committee by the Executive Committee.

CAF President Ahmad was keen to personally preside over this first meeting in order to situate the strategic and vital nature of this committee, in charge of the management of the major competition of CAF and which generates the most important revenues for the Confederation.

The president also took the opportunity to reaffirm that at no time had any consideration been given to revisiting decisions already taken in conformity with the provisions of the Statutes and leading to the designation of Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire and Guinea, as host country of the next three editions of Total AFCON, namely 2019, 2021 and 2023.

The Committee agreed to set up an ad hoc bureau to: draw up the terms of reference for the call for tenders for the selection of the cabinet, conduct the tender process and finalize it as well as define a timetable of activities.

A contract will be signed between CAF and the firm selected at the end of the call for tenders. A period will be communicated to the Cameroonian authorities for the first inspection visit.

This ad hoc bureau will receive the inspection report, which will be shared and analyzed by the Committee as a whole at its next meeting. The Committee will therefore make recommendations to the Executive Committee.
Source: Ferwafa.rw


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