Sunyani-based Nimdie FM gave Ghanaian football followers the opportunity to make their choice on who becomes the next President of the Football Association and George Afriyie emerged the ultimate winner on Tuesday.
The radio station pitched two leading candidates Winfried Osei Kwaku known as Palmer against former Vice President of the Association George Afriyie.
Panelists Peter Amoako Fordjour and Simpleman enumerated key values of George Afriyie while another set of panel members argued why Palmer is their preferred candidate.
After the debate the team turned their attention to the court of public opinion to provide judgement on who to lead the Ghana Football Association after the normalisation period.
George Afriyie emerged the obvious favour beating Palmer 10 to 6 votes with clear margins showing why the CAF AFCON Orgnising Committee member deserves to lead the next Ghana FA administration.
The old Brong Ahafo region boosted of the biggest numbers in terms of GFA Congress electoral college while most Ghanaians regard the region to be the bedrock of football in the West African country.
All aspirants seeking to lead Ghana football have campaign vigorously throughout the region.
Football administrative pillars have declared their backing for Afriyie with football administrative colossus Kwame Ntow Fianko and Kingsley Osei Bonsu playing key roles in his campaign.
By El Akyereko
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