The Ghana Football Association (GFA), has appointed the Executive Director of Dreams FC, Kurt E.S Okraku as the new Vice President of the Association.
Okraku, who is also the Chairman of the MTN FA Cup Committee of the Association, was named at an emergency meeting of the Executive Committee on Tuesday, June 5.
The astute football administrator, will be assuming the position which has been vacant since former veep, George Afriyie was dismissed on the 24th of April, 2018.
Meanwhile, Chairman of the GFA’s Club Licensing Board (CLB), Emmanuel Dasoberi, has been appointed as the new Deputy Secretary for Administration at the association.
Okraku, whose experience in football administration cannot be overlooked, before this appointment, was the Chairman of the locally based Black Stars team.