â€œWith several international games ahead, they would like to keep us on the same page with them on what is expected of us during the games. I will be back over the weekend,â€ said Nyirenda before departure.
In Cairo, Nyirenda will join a team of counterparts from across the continent for the workshop which runs from April 25-26.
According to CAF website, topics to be covered include development, commercial and marketing, media, competition and financial matters.
â€œUnder development, the workshop will tackle medical matters, refereeing programmes and coaching licences. It will also examine the role of education officersâ€™ network and how best to maximise its functions,â€ reads www.cafonline.com.
â€œCompetition matters will see the review of the 2012-2014 CAF calendar and the International Fifa match calendar. The club competitions and club licensing as well as national team competitions and required documentation will also be part of the workshop deliberations,â€ reads the website.
The general secretaries will have opportunities to contribute to the workshop through question and answer session as CAF is keen to hear from them on how the organisation can support their respective associationâ€™s objectives.