11 March 2013

Africa: CAF General Assembly - the Full Election Results

Photo: 2010 FIFA OC
CAF President Issa Hayatou.

The Confederation of African Football President Issa Hayatou has been re-elected unopposed as (CAF) President for a final four-year term in office. The Cameroonian was the only candidate and was retained unanimously. The entire house rose to its feet to applaud the 66-year-old, who was first voted into office on 10 March 1988 also in Marrakech, Morocco. FIFA President , Sepp Blatter then presented President Hayatou with a special certificate to commemorate his 25 years at the helm of CAF.

The full election results are as following

Presidency:

President Issa Hayatou has been elected unanimously to extended for the sixth time in his post after his first election March 10, 1988. Issa Hayatou was the only candidate for the President of the Executive Committee

North Zone: Mohamed Raouraoua re-elected unanimously . Only candidate for this post.

Central and East

Magdi Sham el Din (Sudan) re-elected unanimously . Only candidate for this post.

West Zone A:

Amadou Diakite (Mali) re-elected with 35 votes

Augustin Senghor (Senegal): 12 votes

Hassan Bility (Liberia): 7 votes

West Zone B:

Anjorin Moucharafou (Benin) got 27 votes.

Aminu Mohammed Maigari (Nigeria): 17 votes

Hima Souley (Niger): 9 votes;

Anjorin Moucharafou (Benin) elected second round with 35 votes

Aminu Mohammed Maigari (Nigeria): 19 votes

Central zone:

Djibrine Adoum (Chad) re-elected with 39 votes

Placide Engandzas (Gabon): 14 votes

South Zone: (2 positions)

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Suketu Patel (Seychelles) reelected in the first round with 33 votes

Ahmad (Madagascar): 25 votes

Danny Jordaan (South Africa): 23 votes

John Muinjo (Namibia): 13 votes

Fezal Sidat (Mozambique): 11 votes

2nd round

Ahmad (Madagascar) elected to the second round with 27 votes

Danny Jordaan (South Africa): 21 votes

John Muinjo (Namibia): 1 vote

Fezal Sidat (Mozambique): 1 vote

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