Dreams FC boss Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku has announced his decision to compete for the Ghana Football Association presidential election.
Okraku publicized his move via social media this afternoon, just a month before the Ghana Football Association's big election will be held.
Okraku, who is celebrated as the man who brought professionalism to Ghanaian Football, holds the prestigious qualification of Masters in Football Management Degree from the University of Liverpool.
The Dreams owner arrived in Ghana in 2007 to work as the General Secretary of the Ghana League Club Association (GHALCA) before taking over as General Manager of Wassaman Football Club. He later Kurt established Dreams FC which grew into one of Ghana football’s most inspiring club.
The administrator revealed his decision in a video via Twitter this morning, saying: “Fellow members of the football family, I have decided to put myself forward to contest the leadership of the Ghana Football Association when the election process begins and I will need your support. Thank you.”
Fellow members of the football family, I have decided to put myself forward to contest the leadership of the Ghana Football Association when the election process begins and I will need your support. Thank you pic.twitter.com/obgtLgduNx— Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku (@kurtokraku) September 2, 2019
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