Ghana football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi says he has taking huge lessons from Hayatou’s defeat in the CAF elections.
Madagascar’s Ahmad Ahmad on Thursday ended Hayatou’s 29 years reign as president of the Confederation of Africa football in Addis Ababa.
Ahmad polled 34 votes with Issa Hayatou securing 20 votes cast. Nyantakyi has come under intense pressure to step down as GFA boss after twelve years in office.
He is expected to leave office in 2019 and he insists he will leave office when his time is due.
“The lesson that we should all learn is that when you are in leadership a time will come that you will have to move on”
“If you don’t, you will be moved away all of us including me”
“A time will come we will have to move on and if you don’t the wind will be so strong it will move you away and that is what has happened”he told reporters