The President of the Ghana Football Association has hinted he was one of the people who plotted the fall of Issa Hayatou
Ahmad Ahmad claimed 33 votes against 20 by the the incumbent Issa Hayatou.
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And Kwesi Nyantakyi, who was also elected onto the FIFA Executive Council believes it was time for Hayatou to pave way for a new face to take over.
"It was the time to end an era by ushering in a new administration that can change the face of CAF for the next four years," Nyantakyi said at the GFA secretariat.