CAF names GFA President, Vice and 4 other Ghanaians on Standing Committees

The confederation of African Football (CAF) has named Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kurt E. S.  Okraku, GFA Vice President Mark Addo  and four other Ghanaians on the Confederation’s various standing committees for a 4-year term.

The GFA President will serve as a member of the Organization Committee of the Africa Cup of Nations, while the GFA Vice President has been named to serve on the CAF U-17 Organising Committee.

Former GFA boss, Alhaji M.N.D. Jawula, will serve on the CAF’s organization committee for Inter-club competitions and Management of the Club Licensing System for a second term.

Other appointments are: Executive Committee member Ransford Abbey, who who has been named to serve on the Committee for Legal Affairs and National Association while Dr. Prince Pambo has been named on the Medical committee.

Lawyer Thaddeus Sory will also serve on CAF’s Jury of Appeal as Vice President.

Meanwhile the Confederation of African Football has also named four Ghanaians as Match Commissioners.

They are: Mrs. Naa Odofoley Nortey, Admund Munkaila, Albert Commey and Christine Zigah.