Mark Addo elected GFA vice president

Author: Maurice Quansah
Mark Addo

The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Tuesday elected Mr Mark Addo as the vice president of the association.

He won a contest which included stalwarts such as Mr Randy Abbey and Dr Tony Aubynn, at a meeting of the council.

The CEO of division one side Nzema Kotoko polled six votes as against four votes by Mr Abbey and one by Dr Aubynn.

Mr Addo takes up the role of deputy to GFA President, Mr Kurt Okraku, on the back of a wealth of experience in football administration and the corporate world, both in Ghana and in North America. He is said to be politically well connected

He is the CEO of blue-chip IT firm, West Blue Consulting, and also associated with many other firms.

The Nzema Kotoko boss is highly regarded as one who can use his influence in the corporate world to help bring the business community to partner with the GFA.