Mark Addo has been elected as the Vice President of the Ghana Football Association.
The CEO of division one Club Nzema FC ward off a challenge from Randy Abbey and Tony Aubynn.
In an Executive Committee election conducted at the GFA secretariat on Tuesday, Addo secured 6 votes as against Randy Abbey’(4) and Aubynn (1).
This means Addo will deputized GFA President Kurt Okraku and will be the second in command in the new administration.
The Ghana Football Association Executive Committee will now meet to set a date for the resumption of football activities in the country.
By Frank Darkwah