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Morocco FA officials in Kigali for Stadia construction follow-up

Posted on Sep 14 2017

A four-man delegation from the Federation Royal Marocaine de Football (FRMF) arrived in Kigali on Wednesday night to hold talks with FERWAFA President Nzamwita Vincent and other stakeholders in follow-up to the construction of cost-effective stadiums in Rwanda.

The delegation led by Hajji Mouad is expected to meet FERWAFA president Nzamwita on Thursday morning at Kigali Marriott Hotel where they will present him a message from the FRMF president, Fouzi Lekjaa who also doubles as the third vice president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in the relation of the topographic surveys sent to Morocco for analysis from interested districts/government agencies who want stadiums constructed.

The visit from the FRMF delegation comes after a consultative meeting held in April between Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) alongside officials from the Federation Royal Marocaine de Football (FRMF) with district mayors, Rwanda Housing Authority and Ministry of Defense among others.

The consultative meeting was held in follow-up to the pact that was signed between Federation of Royal Morocco Football (FRMF) and FERWAFA to build stadiums in all districts across the country repayable between a period of three to six years.

Part of the resolutions of the meeting was for all interested parties to send their topographic surveys to Morocco for analysis. Some districts and institutions sent their topographic surveys to Morocco and the meeting with the FRMF delegation in town will among other things agree on a suitable timeline when to begin the construction process.

Depending on the need of each district or government agency and its repayment plan, Morocco FA will help in the construction of a 3000-seater stadium (which can be elevated to more seats in the near future) in at least each district.

The construction of different infrastructure such as the FERWAFA hotel and stadia are aimed at steering football in Rwanda.
Source: Ferwafa.rw


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