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Nigerian football legend Daniel Amokachi expresses his enthusiasm for the future of African football as the CAF African Schools Football Championship kicks off in Zanzibar on Tuesday. The draw ceremony for the tournament occurred on Sunday.

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Amokachi lauds the scale of the event, noting the participation of over 800,000 learners from across Africa and the significant prize money involved. He believes such competitions play a crucial role in the development of school sports and overall football development on the continent.

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The former player emphasizes the positive impact of tournaments like these on African football’s growth, citing the recent exciting rise seen across all sectors, as evident in the recent AFCON. Amokachi views the championship as a strong foundation that can further benefit African football.

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Scheduled to take place at the Amaan Stadium from May 21 to May 24, the competition promises to be an exciting platform for young talents to showcase their skills and contribute to the continent’s footballing progress.

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