Kurt E.S. Okraku, the Executive Chairman of Ghana Premier League club Dreams FC has been elected the new President of the Ghana Football Association. Okraku was declared the winner after his main contender George Afriyie threw in the towel in the third round of voting which took place at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra. He resigned as Chief Executive of Dreams FC hours after winning the elections. Kurt Okraku thanked the Ghanaian football family for selecting him as their leader. “It is an honour to lead the revival and transformation of the game we all love and cherish.It is time to change the game and ignite the passion”He posted on social media.