GFA President Kurt Okraku meets new head of National Sports Authority

Published on: 03 April 2024

Ghana Football Association (GFA) President Kurt Okraku has paid a visit to the newly appointed head of the National Sports Authority (NSA) Dodzie Numekevor, in a courtesy call.

The meeting took place at the National Sports Authority’s headquarters at the Accra Sports Stadium on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

This encounter marks the first interaction between Numekevor and Kurt Okraku since the former assumed the role of interim head of the NSA following the departure of Prof Peter Twumasi in March.

As key stakeholders in the sports industry, the meeting between the NSA boss and the GFA president is deemed significant.

This discussion is especially crucial as Ghana’s national teams gear up for important upcoming events.

In June, the Black Stars are scheduled to host the Central African Republic in a crucial 2026 World Cup qualifier in Kumasi.

Additionally, Ghana is slated to host several tournaments, including WAFU Zone B U-17 Boys, underscoring the need for well-prepared facilities to accommodate the competitions.

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