Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang narrowly beat Ivory Coast’s Yaya Toure to the Confederation of African Football’s player of the year award.
The Borussia Dortmund striker earned 143 points, with Manchester City midfielder Toure finishing runner-up with 136 points.
Ghana and Swansea midfielder Andre Ayew came in third with 112 points.
Herve Renard, who managed Ivory Coast to their Africa Cup of Nations victory, won the coach of the year award.
The Frenchman, who led Zambia to victory in the tournament in 2012, is the first person to coach two different countries to the title.
Check out full list of winners.
Nigerian President Buhari – CAF platinum award
Mbwana Aly Samata of TP Mazembe – African Player of the Year based in Africa
Bakary Papa GASSAMA of Gambia – Referee of the Year award
Gaelle Enganamouit of Cameroon – Women Player of the Year award
Victor Osimhen – Youth Player of the Year
Etebo Oghenekaro – Most Promising Talent Award
TP Mazembe – GLO/CAF Club of the Year Award
Allez Casa – CAF fair play award
Cameroon – Women National Team of the Year
Cote d’Ivoire – National Team of the Year
African Legend Award – Charles Kumi Gyamfi of Ghana and Samuel Mbappé Léppé of Cameroon.
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