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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Issa Hayatou Voted Out As CAF President

Issa Hayatou has just been voted out in Addis Ababa as CAF president after 29 years....



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  1. Congratulations. I need to pop champagne to this great news.

    God let me continue to receive more of this good news

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    1. Yes ooo pop enough yori yori....more good news loading for you amen

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    2. As in he wanted to turn CAF to zimbabawe. Dictatorship

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    3. Better Africans are learning everyday about politics you can't turn a particular position to your permanent seat! Others have to come and feel that same position.

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    4. It has always baffled me how one man held on tenaciously to an elective post for 3 decade....africans and greed. Right now the man is so old.

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  2. Daddy.. U don try.. Go home and enjoy the rest of ur life in peace


    Mc pinky

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  3. Great news, this is delight to hear. The man has been there for too long, we need new ideas in Africa football.

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    1. Always favoured his country and other francophone nations

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    2. I dey tell u! ~ Blunt Truth

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  4. This is a very good news..haba Africans we love power too much.how can one person be in one office for 29yrs?na ur papa house?even if na ur papa house there comes a time when u have to move and look for urs

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    1. Help me tell them dear. At 29, your Papa for don drive you comot for house if you no wan leave.

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  5. Wow

    Hope the new one takes Africa football to a new height

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  6. E don try, it is not a family chieftain title issa hayyatou

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  7. hahhahaha Isaacson how now, lets pop it together jare

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  8. And to think that he was still contesting again . . something that he would be gone honorably now he has been disgraced...tueh

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  9. Guess this is good news...

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  10. Waow, before I was born.....e don tey...

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  11. The man was too corrupt and i am still very bitter at the way he allowed Gabon to organise the last ACN. The cup was a total disaster. So good riddance to bad rubbish.

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  12. him think say na him birthright


    current affairs people go do knew ones

    #GODWIN™

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  13. Good, 29years na only him waka come ni

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  14. Good news, long overdue

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  15. Baba go home and rest, haba na royal title?

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  16. Yippee, good good.

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  17. Praise the Looooooooorrrrddd!!!

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  18. Never even born me when this guy became caf president. Nigerian government should have stayed out of it and allowed our representative to vote for the guy from Madagascar. Now Issa hayyatou don finally loose. Talk about remaining on a sinking ship.

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  19. Welcome Ahmed Ahmed, the new CAF President!
    Issa Hayatou, it isn't your birthright afteral. A new Africa is fast emerging.

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  20. Goodnews, it's high time vote out old men like him in our country.

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  21. Atleast he is out, thank God

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  22. #The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem*

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  23. Finally,I Hayatou's exit brings a fresh air in CAF.

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  24. It's been long overdue.

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  25. Let somebody shout hallelujah

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  26. Oga cormot make anoda person chop joor.

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    1. This is a bad mentality... "chop"
      They should be there to render service

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  27. Good for him. The best news I've heard today!

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  28. Papa hayatau,na only u waka come? Tank God uv bn disgraced!abeg mk u waka go!

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