The Election Committee of the GFA has unveiled the roadmap for the forthcoming event, outlining key timelines and activities leading up to the elections.
In an announcement made on Thursday, August 3, the Committee provided insights into the sequence of events for the highly anticipated Congress.
Nominations for individuals aspiring to become GFA president will officially open on August 7. Aspiring candidates are required to file their nominations by August 11, followed by the vetting process, which is slated to occur ten days later.
The Election Committee's decisions resulting from the vetting will be open for appeal until August 31. Following the conclusion of this process, a list of qualified candidates will be published on September 8.
The Elective Congress itself is scheduled for 19 days after the publication of the qualified candidates.
This announcement sets the stage for potential contenders to vie for the presidency of the Ghana FA. The incumbent president, Kurt Okraku, is approaching the end of his first term, which concludes in October. Kurt Okraku secured his position through the election in 2019.
Among the prominent individuals expected to compete is former Vice President of the association, George Afriyie. Additionally, the former FA Cup chairman and former Western Regional Football Association chairman, Kojo Yankah, have both expressed their intentions to contest the election.