Randy Abbey, an Executive Member of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has officially announced that he will not be running for the position of GFA President in the upcoming elections scheduled for 2023.
This decision comes as the current president, Kurt Okraku, approaches the end of his four-year tenure, which concludes in October.
During an interview on Asempa FM, Abbey, who is well-respected for his significant contributions to Ghana football, made it clear that he has no interest in pursuing the GFA presidency.
When questioned about his plans, he firmly stated, “I’m not interested in contesting for the GFA presidential seat; it is completely off the table.”
Abbey’s statement puts an end to any speculation regarding his potential candidacy and brings clarity to the matter.
In addition to his role within the GFA, Abbey also holds the position of President at Kpando Football Club. He has made significant strides in the club’s success, recently leading them to victory in the Zone 3 Division One League and securing their place in the highly anticipated 2023/24 Ghana Premier League.