Kurt Okraku Re-elected GFA President for a Second Term

"Kurt Okraku addressing the media at the conference"
Kurt Okraku Re-elected GFA President for a Second Term

Kurt Okraku, a prominent figure in Ghanaian football, has secured his second term as president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA). Let’s delve into the details of his re-election, the circumstances surrounding it, and the future of Ghanaian football under his leadership.

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Kurt Okraku's re-election as GFA President marks a significant milestone in his career and the Ghanaian football landscape. At 52 years old, he has demonstrated exceptional leadership and dedication to the sport, which was recognized by the unanimous support of the delegates.

The Elective Congress held in Tamale was the stage for Kurt Okraku's re-election. Out of the 120 delegates present, an overwhelming 117 voted in favor of Kurt, indicating a strong endorsement of his leadership. Only two delegates voted against the incumbent president, and one chose not to participate.

The composition of the GFA executive positions is crucial for the development and management of football in Ghana. Here are the winners and their respective roles:

  1. Kurt E.S. Okraku, GFA President
  2. James Kwesi Appiah, Ghana Premier League Representative
  3. Frederick Acheampong, Ghana Premier League Representative
  4. Dr. Randy Abbey, Ghana Premier League Representative
  5. Nana Oduro Sarfo, Ghana Premier League Representative
  6. Kingsley Osei Bonsu, Ghana Premier League Representative
  7. Gifty Oware-Mensah, Women’s Premier League Clubs Representative


  1. Why was George Afriyie disqualified as a candidate?

George Afriyie was disqualified by the Election Committee, and this decision was upheld by the Appeals Committee. The specific reasons for his disqualification may vary, but they are generally related to eligibility criteria or violations of election regulations.

  1. What challenges did Kurt Okraku face during his first term as GFA President?

Kurt Okraku's first term faced several challenges, including financial constraints, controversies in the league, and the need to rebuild trust and reputation after the fallout from the Anas Aremeyaw Anas expose on alleged corruption.

  1. What are the key priorities for Kurt Okraku's second term?

Kurt Okraku's second term is expected to focus on improving the infrastructure of Ghanaian football, fostering talent development, and enhancing the overall image of Ghanaian football on the international stage.

Also, Read: Ghana's Black Stars Secure 10th Successive AFCON Qualification

Kurt Okraku's re-election as the GFA President reflects the confidence that delegates have in his leadership and vision for Ghanaian football. As he embarks on his second term, the football community eagerly anticipates positive changes and growth in the sport under his guidance. Stay tuned for more updates and developments in Ghanaian football.

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