Executive Chairman of Dreams FC Kurt E.S Okraku has officially unveiled his manifesto dubbed #GameChanger, in the bid to win the GFA Presidency.
The event was staged at the Ghana Exim Bank Auditorium in Accra on Tuesday September 24.
The ceremony was well attended by several media houses as well top football administrators and key stakeholders.
George Afriyie displayed a great deal of maturity by being the only aspirant to show up at the event with Palmer delegating Ebo Appiah to represent them.
With the slogan ‘#GameChanger,’ Kurt is hoping to become the successor of Kwesi Nyantakyi to take Ghana football to another height as a powerhouse in Africa Football.
The GFA Presidential election is slated for 25th October in Accra.
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