Spiritually Kurt Okraku is not the President of GFA – Kojo Yankah

Former Western Regional Football Association boss, Kojo Yankah has revealed that in the spiritual realm, Kurt Okraku is not the President of the Ghana Football Association.

Kojo Yankah who was chairman of the Western Region Football Association for two terms between 2011 and 2019 and also served on Several committees of the Kwesi Nyantakyi led administration believes Kurt Okraku is not supposed to be the President of Ghana Football Association and that he is twisting things in order to favor him in the upcoming GFA elections.

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Speaking on Takoradi -based Connect FM Sports with Benjamin Quansah, the experience Football Administrator who recently declared his intention to contest Kurt Okraku for the GFA President Position recounted how the Current administration have managed to changed the Election Day from October to September.

” Kurt Okraku has really disturb me with the change of date for the GFA President elections from October to September,2023″.

” We all know the date for the election is supposed to be in October, but because Kurt Okraku is afraid of me and knew my plans with regards to the time I was to come to Ghana, he decided to come out with a roadmap which suggest a different date instead of the October date that we all know.”

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” Infact he has really distract my plans in my quest to contest for the GFA President seat but let see what happens “.

“Because as I speak to you now, in the Spiritual realm, Kurt Okraku is not the President of the Ghana Football Association , things are  going on in the Spiritual realm, the 2023 Elections is not for Kurt, it is not for him , Kurt shouldn’t be the GFA President and because he knows it, he is doing everything possible to change things in his favor”.

The Ghana Football Association will go to the polls on September 27 ,2023 to elect  new leaders for the Association after the four- year term of current President Kurt Okraku  .

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