Nov 29, 2011, 12:59 PM
He replaces Amadou Wuyeh Manga, who was elected into the position at the association’s last congress and now out of the country.
This development took place recently during an executive and general meeting held at the association’s office.
Nget, who was nominated among three others during an executive meeting, was unanimously endorsed in a general meeting.
After consulting him on his nomination, Nget gave his consent accepting the position, which was later spread to members of the association during SJAG meeting last month.
Nget has since joined the association working actively with members. He is always ready to render his service to the association at anytime, the Daily News sports editor said.