Kurt Okraku, president of the Ghana Football Association, believes he will be re-elected for a second term in October.
Okraku was elected FA president in October 2019 following three rounds of voting, and his current tenure expires in five months.
Under his guidance, Ghana’s national teams have had a mixed bag of results, with the Black Stars suffering the most setbacks, finishing last at both the 2021 Afcon and the 2022 World Cup.
While the Black Satellites won the U-20 Afcon in Mauritania in 2021, they were unable to qualify for the upcoming edition and defend their title.
“Football will speak just like it did in 2019,” Okraku told SuperSport.
“What I know for a fact is that we have served football to the best of our ability. We were told in the classroom that there’s 24 hours in a day, but football has taught has that there’s more than 24 hours in a day.
“And we have worked more than 24 hours in a day.”