Elected Presidents of the Ghana Football Association are only mandate to run for two terms of 4years in the revised statutes of the Association.
Representatives of Clubs in Ghana agreed to the amendment of the FA statutes which was made by the Normalization Committee headed by Dr. Kofi Amoah.
The revised laws which orders FA Presidents to stand for only two terms was accepted by delegates at the Extra-ordinary Congress on Thursday.
Previously, the Ghana FA Presidential seat had no time limits hence candidates were privileged to contest at every giving time ultimately giving away chances to enjoy monopoly in power.
Former Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi goes down as the longest serving FA President after running Ghana Football for 13 years having resumed office back in 2005 until 2018 when he was forcefully taken out of power after he was caught in an unscrupulous acts in a video documentary released by Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association Presidential election is all set to take place after Congress accepted the new statutes presented by the Normalization Committee.
George Afriyie, Fred Pappoe, Nana Yaw Amponsah, Winfred Kweku Osei “Palmer” and Kurt Okraku have all declared their intentions to contest for the vacant position.
By Frank Darkwah