President of the Ghana Football Association [GFA], Kurt Okraku will receive GHS 12,000 monthly allowance after the proposal was approved during the 26th GFA Ordinary Congress hosted at Prampram on Tuesday.
The vice president of the football governing body, Mark Addo will pocket Gh¢ 7,000 at the end of every month as an allowance.
The nine other members of the Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association will be smiling at the bank with Gh¢ 4,000 as monthly allowance.
The 11-member was elected to steer affairs of the Ghana Football Association in October 2019.
The new arrangement will also see Mr Okraku receive GHS 1,600 as sitting allowance for Executive Council meetings, with GHS 1,400 and GHS 1,300 going to the Vice President and Exco Council members respectively.
Also, the GFA President will receive $500 per day on every international travel assignment. $400 will go to the Vice President and Executive Council members will receive $300.
For domestic travels, the GFA President will be given GHS 600 per day for accommodation and transport, GHS 500 going to the Vice President and GHS 400 for the Executive Council members.