Nawal El-Moutawakil and Nagoya participate in the draw of the African Nations women’s soccer championship

CAIRO: The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has announced the selection of the Moroccan Nawal Al-Mutawakil and the Cameroonian Ajara Ngoya, to participate in the draw for the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, to be held in Morocco. The CAF said today on its official website, Wednesday, that the extraction ceremony will take place the day after tomorrow, Friday, at the Mohammed VI complex in Rabat, in Morocco. She added: “Moroccan Olympic gold medalist Nawal El Moutawakel is the greatest female athlete icon in the Arab world. She is the first Arab, African and Muslim woman to win the gold medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, where he brilliantly won the 400m hurdles “. She explained: “Al-Mutawakel is a pioneer for African women to achieve success in athletics. She is a former sports minister in Morocco and is currently Vice President of the International Olympic Committee. She continued: “The runner-up of the Women’s Africa Cup in 2014 and 2016 and the bronze medal in the 2018 edition with Cameroon, Ajara Nchot Ngoya is one of the best players on the continent and will also participate in the extraction ceremony She participated in two times at the World Cup (2015, 2019). ” (Dpa)