Accra - The Ghanaian Football Association on Friday named a new president
more than a year after a corruption scandal forced a major shake-up of
the game in the West African nation.
Kurt Okraku - chief executive of local Premier League club Dreams FC
- filled the position left vacant since Kwesi Nyantakyi stepped down
after an undercover documentary showed him soliciting kickbacks worth
millions of dollars.
Nyantakyi was banned from football for life by the sport's world
governing body FIFA last October after being found guilty of bribery and