Ghana FA Chief Nyantakyi Visits Dakar To Mourn With FIFA General Secretary

Written by on December 9, 2017

Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi set out to Senegal to grieve with the FIFA General Secretary Fatma Samoura following the demise of her mom this week.

Madam Samoura needed to dash from the FIFA home office in Zurich to the place where she grew up of Dakar on Monday following the death of her mom.

Anna Ndiaye was covered that day as indicated by Islamic convention. She was 77.

Samoura, who is the primary African and lady to hold such high office in world football, has pulled in much regard and support for her work since assuming control over the post.

Nyantakyi drove some African league heads who set out to Dakar on Wednesday to join the memorial service of the FIFA copyist’s mom with Senegal FA president Augustin Senghor, Guinea FA boss Antonio Soure and Mauritania FA manager Ahmed Yahya among a portion of the striking names who went to.

FIFA Director of Member Associations and Development for Africa and the Caribbean, Mr.Véron Mosengo-Omba additionally made a trip from Zurich to go to the burial service.

Nyantakyi paid tribute to Madam Ndiaye for raising Fatma demanding the qualities exhibited by the FIFA Secretary General demonstrates that she had a decent childhood by her folks.

“We were crushed when we heard the news. From the declarations we have heard today and from our work with her we know there was a nearby bond amongst Fatma and our mom,” Nyantakyi told the social affair.

“Fatma owes a ton to her mom for her present position at FIFA.

The mother took great care of her and that is the reason she has ascended to end up plainly a big cheese in world football.

“I would need the family to realize that we love Fatma on the grounds that she is an African as well as her incredible identity. She is persevering and proficient in her work.”

Samoura was designated as the main female Secretary General of FIFA by President Gianni Infantino in June a year ago and her arrangement has been broadly lauded by Africans.


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