ATTF: New ATFF Vice President Promise New Structures
By Sampson Adedeji
Newly elected Africa Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) vice president in charge of development, Kenya’s Andrew Mudibo, has promised to revamp development structures to spur the growth of the game in the continent, BSNSports.com.ng reports.
ATTF president, Khaled El-Salhy of Egypt was also re-elected unopposed for his third consecutive term with Nigerian Wahid Oshodi Enthan coming in as his deputy.
“The world has to take note of the development of the sport in Africa. The world must embrace Africa,” said Mudibo.
“The tables are expensive to produce hence local solutions must be sought.”
“We want to engage governments to come up with indoor facilities at every stadium they are building. The focus should not just be football and athletics only,” Mudibo added
Elected officials of Africa Table Tennis Federation elections
Khaled El Salhy (Egypt)-President
Wahid Oshodi Enthan (Nigeria)-Deputy President
Alfred Bagueka (Cameroon)-Vice President Administration
Hajera Kajee (South Africa)-Vice President Finance
Andrew Mudibo (Kenya)-Vice President Development
Lotfi Guerfel (Tunisia)-Vice President Marketing
Karou Germain (Cote d’ivoire)-Vice President Technical
John Birungi (Rwanda)-Vice President Media