National Sports Federations to Hold Re-Run Elections on July 12

first_img” We are very careful to also ensure that candidates comply with the guidelines and present the right documents for verification. Thereafter, the master list will be published for all to see before the bye elections” Salau said.Fresh Presidential elections are to hold in Athletics, Taekwondo, Wrestling and Gymnastics while zonal elections will hold in Judo (South West) Athletics (South East and North West) and Taekwondo (South West).All Zonal, Vice and Presidential elections will take place in the Rugby Federation also on July 12.Inauguration of all National Sports Federations remains July 20, 2017 at the National Stadium, Abuja.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Federal Ministry of Youths and Sports has scheduled July 12, 2017 for the re-run of elections into the four pending national sports federations’ boards. The federations are Athletics, Gymnastics, Wrestling and Taekwondo.The Chairman of the National Sports Federations Electoral Appeals Committee, Alhaji Abdulrazak Salau said in a statement, that the influx of petitions which followed the June 13, 2017 elections at the Abuja National Stadium were overwhelming and needed more time to attend to.” We have had a beehive of activities since the Appeals Committee gave its verdict on June 30, 2017. The Committee has been bombarded with petitions and complaints from these Federations including Rugby. It became necessary for us to shift the election re-run date by 5 days to enable the monitoring bodies including the Election Committees to conclude screening and verification of candidates to ensure that what happened in the first election does not repeat itself.last_img read more

Referee Joseph Lamptey and three others for CAF assignments

first_imgFIFA referee Joseph Lamptey alongside three other referees has been assigned by the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) to handle continental assignments later this month.Sources within the Referees  Association of Ghana(RAG) has  confirmed   that, referee J.O Lamptey, would be at the center  man with his  assistants being  A.S Malik, David Laryea and William Agbovi when Al Hilal of Sudan entertain their opponents AC Leopards from Congo in Omdurman, Sudan in a  Champions league competitionThe first leg for the CAF Champions League matches will be played on the 23rd, 24th of March this across the continent with the return legs taking place from 29th to 30th of this month. The four appointed referees would leave the shores of the country three clear days before the match scheduled days. Meanwhile referee Joseph Lamptey was the only Ghanaian to officiate in this year’s CHAN tournament.last_img read more