Kurt Okraku clocked three years in office on Tuesday October 25 amidst positive reactions from all quarters of Ghana football.
“We are all seeing, at the end of the tunnel we will all know what was in the tunnel.
“We have not come out so maybe we don’t know what is ahead of you is better than what you have crossed.
“So let’s wait, I think when his term of office ends, the end justifies the means, that’s where maybe some people may come out and assess him either he did well or not.
“All the same, ones he is keeping the fort and things are going well and we are moving on, let’s give him the benefit of the doubt.” Bashir Hayford told Radio Gold Talk Sport.
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