How Oshodi became Deputy President of African Table Tennis Federation

How Oshodi became Deputy President of African Table Tennis Federation

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On Saturday 5th June during the African Table Tennis Federation General Assembly, which was conducted virtually and attended by a total of over 80 delegates, Egypt’s Khaled El-Salhy was unanimously returned for a further term in office as the President of African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) .

 

The 23 delegates, who unanimously elected Khaled El-Salhy gave their full support for Nigeria’s Wahid Enitan Oshodi, who is Chairman of the ITTF Nomination Committee to be elected as the new Deputy President of African Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) to replace compatriot, Olabanji Oladapo.

 

Oshodi, who championed the revival of table tennis in Nigeria has made great strides in the Sport globally and through his many policies has made Nigeria a household in world table tennis.

 

In addition, Tunisia’s Lotfi Guerfel assumes the role of marketing, taking the place of Hajera Kajee, who is now in charge of finance.

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Cameroon’s Alfred Bagueka Assobo was returned as the Executive Vice President Administration while Andrew Mudibo of Kenya has been placed in charge of Development, Cote d’Ivoire’s Germain Karou is accountable for Technical matters.

John Birungi, President of the Rwanda Table Tennis Federation, heads Media and Public Relations.

The ATTF General Assembly, which was the first to be conducted virtually lasted three hours and forty-five minutes.




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