GFA Elections: Kurt Okraku files for nomination

Kurt Okraku files for nomination

President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has filed for nomination to contest for the association’s seat for a second term.

Okraku is seeking for re-election as GFA capo in the forthcoming elections when his tenure expire in October this year.

He was elected GFA President after beating off competition from George Afriyie and four other candidates in October, 2019.

Speaking to pressmen after filing his nomination to contest for the GFA seat again on Friday, August 11, Kurt Okraku indicated that his vision is to develop Ghana football to the highest level.

To Kurt Okraku, Ghana football is on the rise and he is the perfect candidate to lead the country’s football to the higher heights.

“Ghana football has suffered, Ghana football has struggled but currently on the rise and I can assure you that, Ghana football is currently in safe hands, and I am that person”, the University of Liverpool alumni said after filing his nomination to contest in the GFA elections on Friday, August 11, 2023.

He stated emphatically that he is ready to welcome ideas from other football administrators including those at the opposition to drive Ghana football to where it should reached.

“Most administrators trust in my vision and we need to work together to achieve that higher height. My hands are opened to other minds to make our football better”, he added.

Kurt Okraku will face keen competition from former GFA Vice President George Afriyie who also declared intention to contest for the GFA Presidential seat in the upcoming elections.

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