Forging documents to mislead the public won't solve football problems – Kurt Okraku

The Ghana Football Association president, Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku has reacted to the petition filed against him to FIFA, saying forging documents to mislead the public won’t solve football problems.

A petition has been filed against the FA boss over alleged breaches of FIFA Ethics code, allowing football’s world governing body to investigate the head of Ghana’s federation.

At the 29th Ordinary Congress in Kumasi, Kurt, who is seeking a re-election poured cold water on the petition filed against him.

“The solution to our football problems is not to forge documents and defame people. If you are interested in leading football then speak football,” he said.

“There are some people at the GFA who go into the administrative part of the game, fish out for documents and information and push them to the public to destroy some individuals at the FA and the Association as a whole”

“By virtue of where I sit, I hold files that can defame and malign people in Ghana football ecosystem. But I would not do that!”

The Ghana Football Association confirmed the 2023 elections will be held this year as the roadmap to the important event is set to be released after congress.

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