GFA Elections: Appeals Committee announces decision on George Afriyie’s disqualification

Appeals Committee announces decision on George Afriyie's disqualification

The Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced its decision on the disqualification of George Afriyie from the association’s presidential race.

The owner of Division One League side Planners Football Club was disqualified from contesting in the GFA elections scheduled for September 27 in Tamale.

Mr Afriyie was the only candidate contesting incumbent GFA President Kurt Okraku for the enviable position.

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The astute football administrator has his candidature was declared null and void in a bizzare development after citing him breaching article 13 (2) (j) of the GFA’s status.

In addition he was also cited for failing to provide the required number of GFA members to support his candidature.

The former Ghana FA VIce President who felt displeasure over the decision filed an appeal against the decision on September 8, 2023.

And after ten days of reviewing the case, the Appeals Committee has announced its decision on the case in the documents below;

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