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Kurt Okraku withdraws from CAF elections

Prior to the CAF elective Assembly elections which will be held Tomorrow 12th March 2021 in Rabat, Morocco the Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku has written to Confederation of Africa Football withdrawing from the elections. The GFA President who was elected into office post covid Football crisis to succeed the normalisation commitee was aiming to be elected as part of the CAF Executive Commitee.

Mr Okraku was to battle the current WAFU zone B President who also doubles are the President for Niger Football Association Djirbrilla Hima Hamidou. His withdrawal from the CAF executive commitee elections was made known at a meeting held ib Rabat, Morocco on Thursday 11th March a day before the elections.

In the letter penned to CAF he stated that his reason for the withdrawal of the candidacy was to help unify all stakeholders of African Football. With the sole aim of unity and harmony he has withdrawn and rally all his support behind Mr Djirbrilla Hamidou.

Nevertheless, he will still continue to render services and support all CAF activities for the good of African Football. He furthee wish all candidates who are vying for various positions in the upcoming elections the very good of luck and success.

With the Ghana Football Association's President withdrawal, the WAFU zone B President will now go into tomorrow's election as unopposed in the said spot.

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