The Ghana Football Association (GFA) after a keen contest on Friday, October 25 has elected a new president to lead sports governing body for the next four years.
Kurt Okraku who won was elected to the helm by 120 delegates. 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 in 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.