The Ghana Football Association has decided to put the 2023 GFA Election Timetable on hold.
This follows a Motion for Injunction filed at the High Court by King Faisal FC, a Division One League Zone 2 club.
“The GFA therefore wishes to inform all its members and stakeholders (especially Applicants who have filed their Nomination Forms for various positions) of the suspension of the 2023 GFA Elections process until the hearing of the motion on Wednesday, August 30, 2023.”
The announcement of the Decision by the Elections Committee following the Vetting of the Applicants has therefore been put on hold.
The Association wishes to urge all members, clubs and applicants to remain calm. The Association will endeavour to seek appropriate legal redress for the prompt return to the 2023 Election Timetable and ensure that the calendar is not further disrupted.
The GFA Elections were originally scheduled to be held in Tamale. The election process is intended to designate new leaders to lead the association, with both the incumbent, Kurt Okraku, and former Vice President, George Afriyie, vying for the Presidential position.