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Video: Kurt Okraku Performs Black Sherif's Song as He 'Smells' Victory Ahead of GFA Elections
- GFA President Kurt Okraku remains hopeful ahead of next month's election
- The FA boss is seeking re-election after his first tenure
- He will face competition from ex-GFA vice president George Afriyie
President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku, is beaming with confidence ahead of the federation's elections next month.
The FA boss comes up against former Vice President of the Association, George Afriyie, in what is expected to be a closely contested election.
With a month left for voting, both parties have been engaged in rigorous campaigning with Mr Okraku taking his to the next level.
In a video shared on social media, the former journalist looks confident of retaining his position after he was spotted performing Black Sherif's Oil in My Head.
The hit record is an inspirational tune that amplifies the belief in achieving success. The song has amassed over a million views on YouTube.
Meanwhile, Mr Okraku's first tenure comes to an end in October and if he wins the election in September, he will stay in power for another four years.
Other positions to be contested for during the exercise will be the Executive Committee roles as the Regional Chairpersons positions.
The election process will take place in Tamale on September 27, 2023, as reported by 3news.com.
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However, the North African nation Morocco is also reportedly putting in a bid for the 2030 tournament. They will also be facing competition from Saudi Arabia.
According to Ghana's Director of National Development Planning Commission, Dr Nii Moi Thompson, the country has earmarked the hosting of the global event in 15 years' time in line with the nation's developmental plan.
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The Ghana U23 team were eliminated from the tournament in Morocco at the group stage, and will not qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
This is the third time in a little over a year that a Ghanaian national team has failed to progress beyond the first round of an international competition.