Sports News of Friday, 1 January 2016
Ghana FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi has confirmed Isaac Addo will act as General Secretary of the federation following the departure of Emmanuel Gyimah.
Gyimah who replaced Kofi Nsiah after 2006 World Cup is stepping down as General Secretary of the GFA.
A ceremony was held to formally bid the former officer of the Greater Regional FA farewell as he leaves the post he has occupied for close to a decade.
The GFA’s Executive Committee reserves the right to appoint a substantive replacement.
Isaac Addo who is a Deputy General Secretary in charge of Marketing will be taking interim charge as the GFA’s chief scribe until the substantive replacement is appointed.
“The GFA Executive Committee has the right to appoint the General Secretary but that decision has not yet been taken,” GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi told reporters on Thursday.
“Therefore the senior amongst all the Deputy General Secretaries which is Isaac Addo will take interim charge until such an appointment is made.”