Former Inspector General of Police (IGP), Patrick Kwateng Achempog
Former Inspector General of Police (IGP), Patrick Kwateng Achempog

A former Inspector-General of Police (IGP) under the erstwhile Kufour administration, Patrick Kwateng Acheampong, has reacted to the election of new executives for Ghana Football Association (GFA).

Mr Acheampong, an ardent follower of football, says he is confident the Kurt Okraku-led administration would deliver to the expectation of Ghanaians.

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He has, however, asked that the administration focuses on restoring the reputation of the GFA moving forward.

“The current GFA will do well because they know what happened in the former administration and know what Ghanaians are looking for and also know their reputation is at stake so they will perform,” he noted.

Speaking in an interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen, Mr Acheampong urged Ghanaians to support the new administration.

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“We should lower our expectations on the New GFA President because he needs time,” he urged.

Meanwhile, Mr Agyemang added there will be no need for Ghanaians to apply deadlines to the work of the current GFA because it may only set them up for failure.

Source:|Gertrude Otchere