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SAGOE ELECTED REGIONAL DIRECTOR FOR NORTH-WEST AFRICA ON ACA BOARD | (2008-06-22 )
The President of the Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), Kwesi Sagoe has been elected
Regional Director on the Board of the Africa Cricket Association (ACA) representing
North & West Africa at its recent Annual General Meeting held in Benoni, South Africa.
North/West Africa is made of the following countries; Cameroon, Gambia, Ghana,
Mali, Morocco, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.
The AGM had approved a new constitution for the body with Regional Directors for
each of the three constituent regions. Thus Dr Andrew Shawa, Chairman of the
Zambia Cricket Union (ZCU) was elected Regional Director for Southern Africa while
Dr Kato Sebbaale, Chairman of the Uganda Cricket Association was elected for
The elections heralded a successful AGM that was immediately followed by a two-day
ICC-Africa Development Seminar attended by ICC Global Development Manager, Tim
The ACA AGM was chaired by Peter Chingoka, Chairman of the Zimbabwe Cricket
Association and had the Chairman of the United Cricket Board of South Africa, Gerald
Majola in attendance.
Also present among others were Cassim Suliman, CEO of ACA and Regional Development
Manager for ICC-Africa, Samir Inamdar, Chairman, Cricket Kenya, Tim Khumalo, ACA
Development Director and Tom Tikolo, CEO Cricket Kenya and ACA Tournament
The ACA photograph shows Kwesi Sagoe NCF President sitting sixth from right next to
Gerald Majola who is seated 7th from right. Seated 9th from right is the ACA Chairman,
Peter Chingoka and 8th from right is Cassim Suliman, ACA CEO/ICC-Africa RDM.