Ex-Ghana Football Association Vice President Fred Pappoe has confirmed he would not contest the 2023 GFA Presidential elections.
Pappoe, who is a Senior Policy Advisor at the Embassy of Norway, contested the 2019 elections which was eventually won by Kurt Okraku.
The four-year mandate of Kurt Okraku is set to expire in October 2023 with elections set to take place in 8 months’ time.
Pappoe, who played an influential role in Ghana‘s qualification to the 2006 FIFA World Cup, has told Enoch Worlanyo on the SportsNite show on Accra-based Asempa FM that he would not contest for the seat.
“I’m not dreaming of becoming the Ghana FA President again. I’m getting older and I need to focus on other things,” he said.