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Alhaji Yusuf Fresh
Vice chairman of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on technical and development committee, Alhaji Ahmed Yusuf Fresh has charged the newly elected president of the Confederation of Africa Football(CAF) to change the state of Africa football from this unattractive state to an attractive one.
Fresh in a statement signed by his S.A on media, Aro Olaoluwa far away from Sudan, Khartoum where he led the delegation of vice champions of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), Rivers United for the reversed fixture of the ongoing CAF champions league.
Ahmad Ahmad
"Let me first salute, congratulate the President of Madagascar Football Association, Mr Ahmad Ahmad for his 'doggedness, having the pertinacity, tenaciousness' against the immediate passed President Issa Hayatou. Its only a courageous being that can achieve such feat despite the antics of Issa Hayatou." Fresh said.
On the victory mr amaju pinnick the Niger state Football Association Chairman also praised and appreciates his tenacity, determination to defeat the 'sugary mouthed' Mr Anjorin Moucharafou.
Amaju Melvin Pinnick
"Let me raise my cap for my president, the newly executive memeber of caf mr amaju pinnick for not allowing the media noise from your former opponent Anjorin Moucharafou affect your goals and ambition. You are truly a focused person, we are solidly behind you any time any day." Fresh spoke confidently.
The revered football administrator however advised both the new king of African Football, Mr Ahmad Ahmad, the new representative of West Africa zone B to change the way things are in the Federation (CAF) by bring innovations, allowing the world to feel, see the impacts of change in CAF like what is obtainable in FIFA.
For the position CAF President, Ahmad walked pass the incumbent president with 34 votes as against Issa Hayatou's 20 Votes.
While the elections into executive member of CAF saw Amaju Pinnick beat Anjorin Moucharafou of Benin with 32 as against 17 for the Benniore (West Zone B).

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