Delegates of Ghana Premier League clubs have elected five personalities to represent them on the Ghana Football Association Executive Council for the next four years.
AshantiGold's CEO Frederick 'Ache' Acheampong and Asante Kotoko CEO George Amoako amassed 11 and 10 votes respectively to secure their position on the GFA Executive Council for the next four years.
The remaining 3 slots were by picked by Anthony Aubynn who pulled 14 votes, while Kingsley Osei Bonsu and Nana Sarfo Oduro got 10 and 9 respectively.
Hearts of CEO Frederick Moore missed out while Aduana CEO Albert Commey failed to retain his seat on the council.
7 football administrators contested for the 5 available slots (Anthony Aubynn (Medeama SC), Nana Sarfo Oduro (Berekum Chelsea), Albert Commey Aryettey (Aduana Stars), Frederick Moore (Hearts of Oak), Frederick Acheampong (AshantiGold), George Amoako (Asante Kotoko), Kingsley Osei Bonsu (Bechem United)
Earlier in the day, Madam Habiba Atta Hanson was elected to represent Women Football on the executive council whilst Randy Abbey, Mark Addo and Samuel Anim claimed the 3 slots available to represent Division One League Clubs.
Linford Asamoah also grabbed one of the two Regional Football Association Executive Council slots with Robert Duncan and Salifu Zida (3 votes each) who couldn’t break the tie in their poll after three voting attempts their elections have been postponed to Friday
The newly elected members will be sworn in later today (5:00 PM) at the GFA secretariat.