President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Simeon-Edwin Okraku, has called for unity and togetherness in furtherance to his transformation of Ghana football after being re-elected as president.
Mr Okraku received 117 votes, which is 97.1% of votes cast to continue as the head of Ghana’s football federation.
The hardworking FA boss affirmed his quest to make Ghana’s football the best on the continent and globally following his success at the polls.
Meanwhile, the event is being monitored by top FIFA officials led by Director of Member Associations, Africa, Gelson Fernandes.
Following Mr. Okraku’s re-election, he has called on all to eschew their differences and work together to make football better.
He also announced his readiness to pull George Afriyie along as he continues to transform Ghana football.