new GFA president, Kurt Okraku has begun work to put Ghana Football back on
After he was sworn in together with the Executive Council on Friday, the winning team orgainised a mini jubilation party at Ridge.
He has dropped his title as CEO of Dreams FC, and stepped forward to work for Ghana.
On Saturday, he led a meeting with the staff of the GFA on his vision and mission.
On Sunday, he was in Kumasi with the ExCo to inspire, motivate and cheer Kumasi Asante Kotoko in their African cup campaign.
Mr. Okraku said he will offer 26 hours to his product and brand called Ghana Football, but he cannot achieve the tack alone.
He needs the support of all Ghanaians, especially everyone who loves the game.
Source: Sammy Heywood Okine/Joydaddymultimedia.com