Former Director General of the National Sports Authority (NSA) Worlanyo Agrah has urged Kwesi Nyantakyi to resign from his FA President position if elected as FIFA Executive Council member.
The Ghanaian FA Capo is competing against Sukeru Patel, the first Vice President of CAF who is also the President of the Seychelles Football Association, Hima Djibrilla Hamidou (Niger), Augustin Senghor (Senegal), Almany Kabele Kamara (Guinea) and Ahmad of Madagascar.
A member of the CAF Legal Committee, Worlanyo Agrah,is backing the call that his compatriot Nyantakyi should resign from his current position he gets the FIFA nod.
“My only candid advice is when you climb up (leadership Position) you leave the lower divisions, so that others too can mature and grow to the top,”he told Happy FM.
“Because the rest of those on the Executive Council don’t hold Federation positions again.”
“If i were to meet Nyantakyi one on one that is what i will tell him.”