Ahmad yet to decide ahead of 2021 CAF elections
The elections for the new office bearers for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) take place on March 12th.
Current CAF President Ahmad Ahmad confirmed during an interview last month that the elections will take place on March 12th.
He has however made it clear that he is undecided about running for a second term of office.
Ahmad, a former Minister in the Government of Madagascar beat long serving Issa Hayatou during the 2017 elections held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
He made it clear that he will seek advice from all the participating parties of African football before he makes a decision.
Since Ahmad Ahmad came to office the Total Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) expanded from 16 to 24 teams starting from 2019, cash prizes for teams at Afcon were increased, the Champions League and Confederations Cup were cash prizes were also increased, while presidents of the 54 member Associations also get US$20,000 annual compensatory allowance among other things.