The results of the FIDE Arbiters seminar held in Abidjan have been released and KCF Africa would like to congratulate the 6 successful candidates who managed to pass the examination.

Candidates from Ivory Coast, Togo, Ghana, Nigeria and Sao Tome and Principe participated and 6 succeeded in the test. They are all expected to be awarded the FIDE Arbiter title after the approval of the next FIDE Presidential Board meeting.

The successful candidates were Mr Koffi Botsoe (TOG), Mr Tyeoulou Kouya (CIV); Mr Paul Zirimba (CIV), Mr Jocelin Trah (CIV), Mr Leon Ndrin (CIV) and Mr John Solarays (GHA).

KCF Africa would specifically like to thank Dr Essoh Essis and his team at FIDEC for making the seminar possible and we congratulate FIDEC on their 4 new FA's who will be the first FIDE qualified officials in the history of Cote d'Ivoire.

We also wish to thank IA Stephen Boyd whose traveled from France to deliver the training and whose guidance throughout the event and the seminar was invaluable to everyone involved.

The full FIDE results announcement is published