Kaf reveals to the locals in Algeria the mascot of the African Nations Championship – (Tweet)

CAIRO: The Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the African Nations Championship organizing committee for venues have announced the launch of the mascot for the tournament, to be launched next month in Algeria. The tournament will be held in Algeria from January 13 to February 4, 2023. Kaf mentioned on his official website today on Monday that the amulet is an illustration of one of the famous Algerian doors, which is the “door of the Sidi Boumediene mosque” in Tlemcen. 📍 Next stop: Algeria 🇩🇿 The fun of African football is back from the African Cup of Nations portal for locals 🤩 #TotalEnergiesCHAN pic.twitter.com/q4BNCOwOuf — CAF – Arabic (@caf_online_AR) December 19, 2022 Kaf explained: “The story in the poster is the details of the journey of the Algerian people and their fabric: a symbolic place. A pure architectural jewel. The legendary gate of the Sidi Boumedienne Mosque – located in Tlemcen, a city rich in heritage, in the Abbad region – and holds a special place in Algerian history. He added: “The amulet is an orange cloth, which refers to the heat of the desert in the south of the country, as well as the scent of citrus fruits. Algeria is one of the largest orange producers in the world, and as every masterpiece must have a title, the official poster of the African Nations Championship bears the title: Marhaba (welcome to you) Algeria welcomes Africa. (dpa)