National Olympic Committee (GNOC) treasurer Ousman Abou Wadda has been recently
nominated to serve as a member of the Association of National Olympic
Committees of Africa (ANOCA) Finance Commission.
His nomination was confirmed during the recently concluded ANOCA General Assembly held in Sal, Cape Verde, on the sidelines of the 1st African Beach Games. ANOCA is the highest institution of sport in Africa controlling the finance of the Continent from Olympic Solidarity budget.
Alh. Abou Dandeh Njie, former President of GNOC was the first Gambian to hold the post of Treasurer of ANOCA.
Mr. Wadda, who has been serving the GNOC for the past 10 years, was a player of Hawks FC, Young Africans FC, FIFA Referees and Member of the Marketing, Referees, and welfare Committee of the First Under 17 Football Team of the then Gambia Football Association.
He once served as a Board and Technical Committee Member of Islamic Solidarity Sport Federation (ISSF) which headquarters’ is in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia with a membership of 54 Islamic countries.
The Management & Staff of Gambia National Committee and the entire Sporting fraternity wish him a successful tenure in office.