The world has come to a standstill due to the fast spread of the coronavirus, and through which ever means, several individuals and organizations are doing everything possible to help curb the pandemic.
In Africa, just as it is in some parts of Europe, football activities have been suspended, including the two CAF club competitions.
Representing various generations, and led by Confederation of African Football (Caf) Deputy general secretary, Anthony Baffoe, they include Roger Milla, Joseph Antoine Bell (both Cameroon), Herita Ilunga, Tresor Lomana Lualua (both DR Congo), El Hadji Diouf , Alassane N’Dour, Khalilou Fadiga, Diomansy Kamara (all Senegal), Mustafa El Haddaoui (Morocco), Jean Ssenide (Uganda), Wael Gomaa (Egypt), Fatau Dauda (Ghana) and Vincent Enyeama (Nigeria).
According to these legends, there is a strong need for every individual to adhere to the safety measures, which includes regular washing of hands and the avoidance of handshake.
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