He has been acting since President Ngaissona’s arrest last year. Célestin Yanindji can finally start a real term at the head of Central African football.
On Monday, the local football family met to formalize Yanindji’s presidency. The only candidate in the race, the former vice-president was installed with 100% of the vote. He is the head of a staff of 15 members.
At the heart of the project over the 4 coming years, the training of technical coaches, infrastructure construction, organization of competitions all categories included, etc.
Moreover, a qualification for an AFCON is Yanindji’s other big challenge.