Young but experienced football administrator, Kurt Okraku has revealed that he will step down as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Dreams FC once he is elected to the position as the president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The Chairman of the MTN FA Cup who was one of six candidates contesting for the vacant presidential position at the country’s football governing body has won.
Speaking at the electoral congress at the Physicians and Surgeons Center in Accra, Mr. Kurt Okraku noted that he plans to step down as Dreams FC CEO if delegates vote for him as the new leader of the FA.
“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.
Kurt Okraku faced competition from George Afriyie, Nana Yaw Amponsah, Fred Pappoe, George Ankomah Mensah and Amanda Clinton for the top GFA job.