The Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) will elect a new vice president when the new administration holds its first meeting at the Secretariat in Accra.
President Kurt Okraku and his eleven-member Executive Council (ExCo) members will meet for the first time since they were elected into office last month.
At the meeting, ExCo members will elect one member to serve as vice president of the Association.
However, reports in the media suggest that, Nzema Kotoko owner, Mark Addo is expected to be elected as the new second in command of the country's football governing body but will face a tough test from Dr Toni Aubynn and Randy Abbey.
However, Asante Kotoko CEO George Amoako and Samuel Anim Addo, who is the business manager of Asamoah Gyan, cannot be ruled out.
Also at the meeting, ExCo will look at the possible start date for all domestic competitions.
The new Ghana FA administration was ushered on October 25, 2019, after Kurt Okraku was elected as president.
This administration will serve for four years.