The President of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Mali (CNOSM), Habib Sissoko, has just been celebrated by the Malian Football Federation during the first Night of Recognition and Merit, on Friday September 16 at Radisson Collection. This for his invaluable service to Malian football. A well-deserved distinction.
On Friday September 16, 2022 at the Radisson Collection hotel (ex Sheraton), on the occasion of the 1st edition of the Night of Recognition and Merit, the President of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Mali (CNOSM), Habib Sissoko, and its chief of staff, Tidiane Médian Niambélé, were celebrated by the Executive Committee of the Malian Football Federation through its President Mamoutou Touré dit Bavieux.
A certificate of recognition was awarded to President Habib Sissoko for his invaluable service to the Malian Olympic movement. This distinction was greatly appreciated by the entire Olympic and sports movement. In a word, it is well deserved. This distinction from Femafoot is in addition to other awards received internationally for service to sport.
It should be noted that Habib Sissoko, in addition to his status as President of CNOSM, is also President of Zone II of the Associations of National Olympic Committees of Africa, member of the Executive Council of National Olympic Committees at world level and Director of Development of the Federation. Judo International.
Recognition for the invaluable service rendered to Malian football was awarded to Tidiane Niambélé. The current president of Djoliba AC was President of the Malian Football Federation from 2002 to 2005. Previously, he had held several positions within the supreme body of Malian football, including that of Secretary General.
It was in the presence of the representative of the sponsor of the event (Colonel Malick Diaw, President of the National Transitional Council), the Honorable Diarra Racki Talla, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Mossa Ag Attaher and many personalities politics and sports. This additional recognition confirms the immeasurable role of two brave men committed to the service of the development of the national Olympic movement.
El Hadj ABH with CNOSM
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