Sports News of Thursday, 31 December 2015
Source: Ghana FA
The President of the Ghana Football Association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, has eulogised outgoing General Secretary of the Association, Emmanuel Gyimah, for his immense contribution to the success of the FA.
The General Secretary is taking a bow from the Association after over two decades of service.
At a colourful send-off ceremony in honour of the outgoing head of secretariat of the GFA, Nyantakyi lauded his key qualities as a successful football administrator.
“He is an honest person, forthright, meticulous and a hard-working man,” said Nyantakyi.
“We are proud of him and proud of his outstanding accomplishments as a staff of the GFA” added the FA boss.
The GFA President also described Gyimah as a good example of staff to work with and urged the staff of the Association to emulate his exemplary qualities.
“On behalf of the executive committee and the GFA, I wish you all the best in all your future endeavours,” the GFA President added.
The out-going General Secretary was grateful to the GFA for the honour bestowed on him and advised staff of the GFA to remain dedicated to their work.
Mr Emmanuel Gyimah worked at the Greater Accra FA Secretariat before moving to the National Secretariat where he rose from the position of a Deputy General Secretary to become the head of the Secretariat.