By Patrick Akoto
Ex-Hearts of Oak chief Vincent Sowah-Odotei has vowed to unseat Kwesi Nyantakyi as Ghana FA boss at next year’s congress, declaring change is coming.
The former King Faisal boss has set his agenda in motion, declaring the incumbent FA boss will lose his seat at next May’s congress in Accra.
The current term of the CAF Executive member runs out in less than a year and Vincent Sowah Odotei has confirmed he will challenge Nyantakyi again for the FA top job.
“I can tell you that by May next year, Nyantakyi will not be the FA president,” he told Happy FM
“Change is coming. Change is blowing and Nyantakyi will lose his seat.
“He has done his part and so should allow someone to continue. The Ghana FA does not belong to him.
He accused Tema Youth president Winfred Osei Parma especially of championing Nyantakyi re-election bid.
“I am telling those who are propping him up that change is coming,”
“Parma and co who are urging him to contest again should know that there is an end to everything."
Odotei has made a sensational u-turn after be revealed in February this year that he was not interested in the job, claiming it was ‘waste to his youth’
The marketing expert was disqualified from the race four years ago after he failed to meet the set requirement.
An avid critic of the Nyantakyi administration, Odotei feels the Black Stars shambles at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil has made the 44-year-old unpopular and want to capitalise on that.