By: Kwaku Oduro
GFA Presidential hopeful Kurt Okraku has indicated that voters must be ‘honest’ in the upcoming Ghana Football Association presidential elections.
Speaking to journalists in Tamale during his #GameChanger manifesto press briefing on Friday, the Dreams FC chief said, on the election day 25th October 2019; we would all be confronted with a situation to choose who is best-fit for the top job in Ghana Football and when the time comes, voters must be honest.
He explained and siad, “When I say we must be ‘honest’ I mean on the 25th [of October] it is not really about [Osei Kwaku] Palmer being my business partner or George [Afriyie] being my brother or Amanda [Clenton] being my sister. We have to look for the person who has the solution, the person who has the best of preparations [and] the person who has shown that he has the expertise”.
He added that to know who is the best for the job, stakeholders must ask a straight forward question, “What have you done with your club?” when presidential aspirants engage them since they are all affiliated to a club.
Kurt’s Dreams FC is one of the very few clubs in Africa that has partnership with Nike and he believes when voted for, as the new GFA Boss he can replicate what he has done with Dreams FC to Ghana football and even more.