Kurt Okraku has succeeded Kwesi Nyantakyi as president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA). 

He was elected to the helm of the local football governing body by 118 delegates at the GFA Elective Congress in Accra on Friday.

He becomes the 24th President in GFA’s 62-year history and will serve for the next four years.

Kurt was one of six candidates who stood for the GFA presidency and won the election on the third ballot with a total of 93 votes. 

He stood unopposed in the third round after his closest rival George Afriyie pulled out of the race.

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