Ace sports journalist Michael Oti Adjei has advised GFA president Kurt Okraku not to take the barrage of criticisms from football enthusiasts and pundits personally but rather see it as an avenue to do more to succeed.
His comment comes in the wake of the various National teams' inability to perform well at major international events under Kurt Okraku's administration.
The Black stars after their abysmal performance at the 2021 Afcon in Cameroon once again failed to progress from their group at last year's world cup in Qatar with the most recent one being the black galaxies also failing to qualify for the finals of the CHAN tournament in Algeria after losing to Niger.
He again came under criticism for interfering with player selection of some the senior national team.
But speaking on "Untold stories TV GH", the General Manager in charge of news at Media General, Michael Oti Adjei believes Kurt Okraku should take most of these criticisms in good faith and work hard to put his critics wrong
"I will urge Kurt not to take the criticisms personally because sometimes I get the feeling it really gets to him because he is a passionate man who always wants to get it done and done well.
"Some of the criticisms have made him look like a man who has set out to enrich himself but that's not the Kurt I have known years back at journalism school and he really cares about Ghana football.
"He's done amazing things with the late Alhaji Bimbo at Mamobi Youth and people don't talk about, Dreams FC and all these are testimonies of a man who wants to always get it right.
"But my plea to him is not to allow the intensity of the pressure to erode a lot of the beautiful and amazing things he's done, "he told Untold stories TV GH
Watch Full the interview below