The Moroccan Kamal Lahlou is running for a new mandate at the head of the Marketing Commission of the Association of African National Olympic Committees (ANOCA).
ANOCA announced that Kamal Lahlou was renewed until 2024 and expressed its greatest gratitude to the great contribution of the Moroccan, to the service of African sport, we read in a letter addressed to the latter by the President and the SG of the Association.
Lahlou will thus have the mission of defending the rights of ANOCA and particularly the intellectual property of all the work, which will be carried out during the new mandate of the Moroccan leader.
President of the Moroccan Media Federation (FMM) and Vice-President of the Moroccan National Olympic Committee (CNOM), Kamal Lahlou is also a member of the ANOCA Executive Committee. Based in Abuja, Nigeria, ANOCA is an international organization that brings together the fifty-four African National Olympic Committees.
It was founded in 1981 in Lomé and was called“Pan-African Olympic Institution at the service of sport, youth, human development and the promotion of Olympic values”.