The President of the Nigeria Football Federation Amaju Pinnick is keen on coasting to a landslide Fifa Council electoral victory following a fourth withdrawal from the contest.
Nick Mendwa, the President of the Kenya FA pulled out of the race on Friday morning to leave just two people in the race.
Prior to Mwendwa’s decision, the two others in the race, Mwendwa of Kenya was campaigning vigorously hoping to snatch the seat while incumbent Walter Nyamilandu of Malawi is still in the race hoping to maintain his seat.
One of the biggest contender Andrew Kamanga of Zambia pulled out of the race two days ago to give clear the path for Pinnick to swoop for his votes.
Voters for Gambia’s Lamine Bajo have also been targeted by allies of Pinnick ahead of Friday’s polls in Rabat.
Also throwing in the towel is Wallace Karia of Tanzania who withdrew three ago with his votes also likely to go to Pinnick.
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