The new Deputy Minister for Youths and Sports comes in during an era when there is a lot of volatility in Sports in Ghana, precisely football
Will he succeed or fail? This is a question a lot of sports enthusiast has been asking and it is indeed the only conversation within the sports fraternity now. In fact, Lawyer, Moses Foh-Amoaning, a well-known sports figure has already predicted his fate. Going on record to suggest that the new deputy Youth and Sports Minister will struggle. In his own words “Perry may struggle, I don’t know his experience in sports”
But who is Curtis Perry Kwabla Okudzeto, the new deputy Youth and Sports Minister and what will really be his fate at the Sports Ministry.
Curtis Perry Kwabla Okudzeto until his appointment as the deputy Youth and Sports Minister was a Deputy Minister of Information. Perry holds a Master of Arts degree in International Public Relations from Cardiff University. He also studied Public Relations, Marketing and Advertising at the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Accra.
His Relationship with Sports
In the early days of his career, the deputy Minister worked for the Division 2 Club, Keta Sandlanders Football Club based in Keta. He implemented various marketing communication activities which made Keta Sandlanders a competitive club within the Anlo District of the Volta Region.
During his tenure as the Deputy Minister for
At the Ministry of Information, he was in charge of Operation, under the leadership of the former Minister for Information Hon. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid (PhD). Together, with the two other deputies, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah – Minister for Information and Hon. Ama Dokuaa Asiamah Agyei. They all worked together to set-up and run the Ministry of Information which hitherto didn’t exist as an independent entity in the erstwhile administration.
Will he succeed or fail?
The Ministry of Youth and Sports has turned out to be a sinking sand for a lot of people, in an era like this when the Ministry has been tasked with cleaning our football arena of the country, we can only pray