George Akwasi Afriyie, a Ghana Football Association presidential aspirant has reiterated that he will build a bridge between his administration and the government of Ghana when given the nod as Ghana FA president.
Delegates are expected to elect a new president for the country's football governing body following the exit of Kwesi Nyantakyi in June 2018.
However, the former Ghana FA vice president who launched his manifesto a week ago says he will build a good relationship regardless of the party in power as he aims to develop football in the country.
"The government of Ghana is Ghana Football Association's most important partner development," a portion of Okyeman Planners owner's manifesto reads.
"We cannot afford to have poor relations with them, which is why my style will be to build bridges - not break them," he concluded.
The Ghana FA presidential elections have been slated for October 25.