GFA Moves Secretariat to Tamale in Preparation for Elective Congress

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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has taken a significant step in preparing for the upcoming GFA Presidential Elections, scheduled for Thursday, October 5, 2023, by temporarily relocating its Secretariat to Tamale. This year’s GFA Extraordinary Congress will also be hosted in Tamale, marking a strategic move to ensure the success of the event.

The decision to shift the GFA Secretariat to the Northern Regional capital is driven by the objective of facilitating a seamless and efficient Congress. The Northern Region boasts a rich history of contributing significantly to football development in Ghana, producing talented footballers and administrators over the years.

This move underscores the Northern Region’s readiness and commitment to hosting a triumphant 2023 GFA Elective Congress. It reflects the vibrant football community in the region, highlighting their determination to ensure the event’s success.

The GFA Elective Congress holds great significance in Ghanaian football, as it will ultimately determine the leadership of the GFA for the forthcoming term. It is worth noting that GFA President Kurt Okraku is poised to secure another four-year term, as he is set to run unopposed in the upcoming elections.

With the Secretariat’s relocation to Tamale, all essential facilities and logistics will be meticulously arranged to guarantee a smooth and productive Congress. This decision demonstrates the GFA’s commitment to conducting a transparent and successful electoral process that will shape the future of football administration in Ghana.