The fallout in the CAF top leadership could spill into next year’s elections, as federations and influential football leaders prepare for the polls. Nigerian football president Amaju Pinnick, who was CAF senior vice president, was ousted from his position after falling out of favour with CAF President Ahmad. He has now thrown his weight behind Ahmad’s biggest challenger, South African candidate, Patrice Motsepe. From Nigeria, CGTN’s Deji Badmus reports.
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