The President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt E.S Okraku has called on all football stakeholders to come together to build and develop football in the country.
The sport in the West African country known as a powerhouse on the continent has seen a drastic decline in the last few years.
With the coming into office of a new Ghana FA administration, they have set sight on getting football back where it belongs not only in the hearts of Ghanaians, but to also oversee the massive development of the game.
Addressing a meeting of the GFA’s 26th Ordinary Congress on Tuesday morning, Kurt Okraku charged delegates and every other football stakeholder to join hands to build football in the country.
“Let’s come together and build our football. This is the sport that has made me who I am today. This is the sport that brings the country together”, the GFA president said.
Mr. Kurt Okraku further urged football actors to desist from tarnishing the image of the Ghana FA.