The President of Confederation of African Football, Ahmad Ahmad, who arrived in Ghana for a four-day working visit, which will has paid a courtesy call on Ghana’s Vice-President Alhaji Dr Mahamudu Bawumia at the presidency in Accra.
This will be Ahmad Ahmad’s first official visit to any country since his election as CAF President earlier this year.
Ahmad Ahmad’s visit to Dr Bawumia, is to officially thank Ghana for supporting his candidature during the CAF elections that saw him oust long-serving Issah Hayatou to become president.
Later this weekend, Mr. Ahmad will go to Cape Coast, where he will watch the grand finale of the WAFU Cup of Nations on Sunday, which has been a tremendous success.
Before that, he and his entire delegation will also attend the Alhaji Sly Tetteh Memorial Lectures, which will be held in Accra on Friday evening.
A CAF Executive Committee meeting will be held in Accra on Saturday, September 23, where some key decisions on African football will be taken.