South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)
President of the South Sudan Football Association (SSFA), Francis Amin Michael
has announced that he will vie for the Vice Presidency of the Council of East
and central African Football Association (CECAFA).
host the CECAFA Elective General Assembly on December 18th at the
Silver Springs Hotel, Bugolobi.
“I am officially in the race for CECAFA Vice president. I will appreciate your support,” said Amin who has seen tremendous football developments in South Sudan since he was elected in
been SSFA President for about two and a half years after replacing embattled Chabur
Goc Alei in 2017.
“I have acquired
experience now and believe I have what it takes to serve football in the CECAFA
region. I have the support of my fellow Presidents in the region,” said Amin.
Under the administration
of Amin South Sudan football is steadily progressing with the national team
performing better, structures being put in place, more football officials
trained, women’s football finally kicking off and more sponsors coming on
will use the newly adopted statutes for Zones recommended by the Confederation
of African Football (CAF) to have a President, two Vice Presidents and 4
use the newly adopted statues for Zones as recommended by CAF to elect new
office bearers,” said CECAFA Secretary General Nicholas Musonye.
President of the Ethiopia Football Association (EFA), Isayas Jira Bosho has
also applied to vie for Vice presidency, while the President of the Tanzania
Football Federation, Wallace Karia has applied to contest for the position of
Gafaar, the CECAFA President and his team had their term end last month.
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