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Sports News of Friday, 25 October 2019

Source: footballmadeinghana.com

Kurt Okraku steps down as Dream FC CEO

Okraku replaces the embattled Kwesi Nyantakyi who was  GFA President for 13 years play videoOkraku replaces the embattled Kwesi Nyantakyi who was GFA President for 13 years

Kurt Okraku has stepped down from his post as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Dreams FC following his election as the new President of the Ghana FA.

Speaking at today’s electoral congress which was held at the Physicians and Surgeons Center in Accra, the experienced football administrator stated that the decision was to enable him dedicate his time to serve the association.

“I wish to announce that I will step down as the chief executive officer of Dreams FC football club if given the mandate as the Ghana Football Association President. This is to enable be dedicate my time and serve the Association”, he disclosed.

After three rounds of voting, Kurt emerged the winner after an overwhelming approval by delegates, he got 93 votes which represents 96% of the total votes cast.

Okraku replaces the embattled Kwesi Nyantakyi who was President for 13 years.

He will serve an initial four-year term with an additional four-year term if re-elected into office.

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