Ghana Football Association Executive Council member, Dr Tony Aubin is impressed with the work of FA President Kurt Okraku.
Since assuming office as the Ghana FA boss, Kurt Okraku has put in place measures to help develop the game despite the criticism surrounding his work.
The former Dreams FC CEO helped in the introduction of the YEA program to enable female footballers enjoy monthly allowances from government during the break.
Dr. Tony Aubin believes his boss is working to put Ghana football on the map.
“The President doesn’t sleep, he can call me around 1am for ideas, I can tell you. He wants to chance football in Ghana and I know he is 100% fully committed to the work he is doing,” he spoke to Atinka FM.
“People complain but I personally know the FA have good vision for Ghana football and wants the best for Ghana Football, lets demand accountability from the FA and demand performance from the FA.
“Looking at the kind of work the President is doing I believe the GHC12,000 monthly wage for him (Kurt Okraku) is fair.”
Kurt Okraku was elected into office in November 2019 replacing former President Kwesi Nyantakyi.