Dreams FC CEO, Kurt Okraku, has officially stated his interest in becoming the next President of the Ghana Football Association.
His intentions were made known in a video that was released on social media.
Okraku has been linked with the GFA top job for some time now and after forming Dreams FC in 2009, his profile has increased with some believing that he has the needed skill and capability to run Ghana football.
In the video, he said that he had been considering the move for some time and that, he had finally come to a decision and was thus, calling for support from the football fraternity.
The date for the GFA’s Elective Congress is yet to be confirmed but September 5 is the date for the FA’s Ordinary Congress which will look at the new statutes that will run the association when new executives are eventually elected.
He served as an Executive Committee member and was also the Chairman of the local Black Stars under erstwhile administration led by Kwesi Nyantakyi.