Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Issa Hayatou has been re-elected without opposition for a seventh and final four-year term in charge of the organisation.
Hayatou, 66, was the only candidate to stand and was voted in unanimously in Morocco at the weekend.
Jacques Anouma, an Ivorian, had intended to challenge for the leadership but was prevented from doing so by a rule change that barred him from standing for election.
After his re-election, Hayatou told delegates: "The presidents of the federations approved an amendment preventing a few of them from participating in the race for the CAF presidency, which now permits only those who have held positions of responsibility within the institution to run for presidency."
FIFA president Sepp Blatter presented Cameroonian Hayatou with a certificate to commemorate the 25 years he has completed at CAF since taking charge in 1988.
In 2002, he challenged Blatter for the FIFA leadership but was defeated.