In a dramatic turn of events in Tamale on Thursday, Kurt Okraku was successfully retained as the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA). The election results, revealed a resounding victory for Okraku as he secured a whopping 117 votes out of the total 120 votes cast.
The election, held in Tamale, was eagerly anticipated by football enthusiasts and stakeholders across the nation. The outcome not only solidifies Okraku’s position as the head of the GFA but also reflects the support he has garnered during his tenure.
1. Kurt Okraku: 117 votes
2. Rejected Ballots: 2
3. Absentee Votes: 1
The total votes cast amounted to 120, with only one absentee and two rejected ballots, highlighting the overall smooth and fair conduct of the election.
Kurt Okraku, who assumed the presidency of the GFA in 2019, has been a figure of change and transformation within Ghanaian football. His tenure has seen various initiatives aimed at enhancing the development of football in the nation, from youth development programs to improvements in the domestic leagues.
His successful re-election is a testament to the trust placed in his leadership and his vision for the future of Ghanaian football. It is evident that many believe he is the right person to continue steering the GFA towards greater heights.
In his post-election remarks, President Okraku expressed his gratitude to the delegates and the entire football community for their unwavering support. He pledged to continue working diligently to elevate Ghanaian football on both the national and international stages.
The outcome of this election is bound to have a significant impact on the trajectory of Ghanaian football. With Kurt Okraku’s re-election, football fans can look forward to further advancements and improvements in the sport they hold dear. The journey towards achieving excellence in Ghanaian football continues under the leadership of Kurt Okraku.