Kenya Table Tennis Association (KTTA) president Andrew Mudibo has been elected as the Africa Table Tennis Federation (ATTF) vice president.
The Kenyan Mudibo will be in charge of development and spur the growth of the game in the 54 countries in the continent.
Mudibo was elected one of the five vice presidents unopposed during the ATTF’s annual general meeting held virtually yesterday.
The federation will be led by President Khaled El-Salhy of Egypt, who was re-elected unopposed for his third consecutive and will be deputized by Nigerian Wahid Oshodi Enthan.
Initially Mudibo was serving as a council member and was elected alongside Alfred Bagueka (Cameroon), who will be the vice president in charge of administration, Hajera Kajee (South Africa), who is the vice president for finance and Lotfi Guerfel (Tunisia), the vice president for marketing
The vice president in charge of technical is Karou Germain from Cote d’ivoire while John Birungi (Rwanda) is the vice president for media and public relations.
Elected officials of Africa Table Tennis Federation elections
- Khaled El Salhy (Egypt) – President
- Wahid Oshodi Enthan (Nigeria) – Deputy President
- Alfred Bagueka (Cameroon) – Vice President Administration
- Hajera Kajee (South Africa) – Vice President Finance
- Andrew Mudibo (Kenya) – Vice President Development
- Lotfi Guerfel (Tunisia) – Vice President Marketing
- Karou Germain (Cote d’ivoire) – Vice President Technical
- John Birungi (Rwanda) – Vice President Media & PR