Led by CAF Deputy General Secretary in charge of Technical and Development, Anthony Baffoe, they interacted and offered emotional support to inmates at the prison also known as Ain Sebaa Prison as part of the corporate social responsibility activities lined up for the Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) Morocco 2018.
With the tournament fever all over the country, the inmates are not left out of the buzz. There is a special tournament going featuring inmates from the 16 participating countries at the CHAN.
In a related development, the FMRF signed an agreement with the Moroccan Prison Services to provide various support to prisons across the country. Naybet signed on behalf of FRMF, and Mohamed Saleh Tamek, Head of Administration of Prisons for his outfit.
The tournament, a five-a-side format saw Morocco play Nigeria in the opening match, and is expected to run till 30 January 2018.
The special prisons tournament is not limited to only Casablanca, but also in the other match venues – Marrakech, Tangiers and Agadir.