The newly-elected Confederation of African Football (CAF) Executive Committee, under the leadership of South African Dr Patrice Motsepe, held its first meeting in Rabat, Morocco.
Augustin Senghor of Senegal was co-opted in the executive committee as first vice-president. The second vice-president of CAF is Ahmed Yahya of Mauritania.
Both Senghor and Yahya are seasoned football administrators. They had pulled out of the presidential race to support the 59-year-old Motsepe a week ago.
Suleiman Waberi, Seidou Mbombo Njoya and Kanizat Ibrahim are other vice-presidents of Africa’s football controlling body.
Veron Moseng-Omba of the Democratic Republic of Congo is the new secretary general of CAF.