Ghana Soccer Affiliation presidential aspirant, Kojo Yankah, has expressed his disapproval of the newest proposal put ahead by the GFA Statutes Assessment Committee.
The proposal suggests extending the tenure of the GFA presidency from two to 3 phrases, with every time period lasting 4 years. Yankah argues that this transfer is inappropriate.
The GFA Normalization Committee had beforehand launched a hard and fast two-term restrict in 2019 following the prolonged 13-year tenure of former chief Kwesi Nyantakyi. Nonetheless, the latest proposal goals to annul this limitation.
The present GFA president, Kurt Okraku, is presently within the remaining 12 months of his first time period, and the election interval is quick approaching. The proposal to increase the presidency time period has sparked a debate inside the Ghanaian soccer group.
Throughout an interview on Citi FM, Yankah voiced his considerations concerning the choice made by the Assessment Committee.
“Is it that, they’re doing it for themselves? Simply instantly after the 8 years, or is it a long run venture they need to carry?
“If it’s a long run venture and we implement it possibly within the subsequent few years, like 5 – 6 years, it’s fantastic. However whether it is instant, I don’t suppose it’s correct.
“I feel eight years is sufficient for any particular person who needs to be the President of the Soccer Affiliation to make an impression, that’s to carry the Affiliation to a stage the place everybody might be comfortable.
“We don’t want three phrases, we don’t want it, I don’t help that.”