The Ghana Football Association’s Executive Council has chosen President of Nzema Kotoko Football Club, Mark Addo, to be the association’s new Vice-President.

The decision was taken on Tuesday at the maiden meeting of the council after the October 25 elections in Accra.

Per the new GFA statutes, the Vice-President of the association had to be chosen via an election from the new Executive Council which was a departure from the previous practice of appointing someone to assist the association’s President.

During the election, Addo got 6 votes while Randy Abbey picked up 4 with Medeama board chairman, Dr. Tony Aubynn getting 1 vote.

Story by: Pearl Abaidoo-Abbam

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