Windhoek – Namibia will be represented at the Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Gabon, Mr Titus Kunamuene, the competitions Manager of the Namibia Football Association (NFA), said on Wednesday.
However, its national squad failed to qualify for the tournament running from Jan. 14 to Feb. 5.
Kunamuene was assigned as the Assistant General Coordinator for the newly built Gentil Stadium.
The new stadium is located in Gabon’s commercial capital Port Gentil with a capacity of 20,000 seats that will host Group D action featuring Ghana, Egypt, Mali and Uganda.
Kunamuene said that they would be responsible for ensuring all logistics are in place for the matches.
“This is the biggest level of African football and we have to ensure that the venue is ready for the games.
“We are responsible for the venue administration, ensuring that the matches are perfectly organised and consistent with all the other venues,’’ Kunamuene said.
Kunamuene said he is looking forward to his CAF assignment, although fresh from being General Coordinator at the 2016 Cosafa Under-20 championship in South Africa in Dec. 2016.
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