George Amoako, a member of the Ghana Football Association’s Executive Council, has announced his resignation. When his term as president expires in October of this year, George Amoako claims he won’t run for reelection.
The former CEO of Asante Kotoko was elected to office during the 2019 elections and has subsequently participated in a number of committees.
He previously presided over the Black Stars’ management committee.
George Amoako, the current CEO of King Faisal, claimed in an interview with WestGold FM that football fans’ insults are getting worse, which is why he decided to resign from his position.
“I won’t be running again, but I’ll be his support system. I want to flee because I am old and the insults are too much. In this nation, everyone serves as a coach and an administrator, he remarked.
The extraordinary congress later this year in October will be followed by elections in 2023, according to the Ghana Football Association.