President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku has affirmed the commitment of the executive council of the Association to grant Premier league clubs the right to independently run their league.
The president who was part of administrators that attended the meeting of the Premier league representatives to elect members to serve on the Autonomous league committee expressed his satisfactions to the process so far.
The President, who’s been in office for a little over 6 months stressed on the desire of the council to fast track the process.
“Yesterday, I attended a meeting of all the 18 Premier league clubs where I affirmed the desire of the council to have an independently managed Ghana Premier league” he said.
Mr Kurt Okraku maintained that it is the promise of his administration which was made to the clubs during his electioneering campaign ti see the league run independently, and will ensure this works out.
“It is a promise we made to our clubs, and it is a promise we intend to fulfill.
Happily the meeting also decided and chose 3 of our own members , namely Togbe Afede XIV Board Chairman of Hearts of oak, Brother Delali Seneya, CEO of Inter Allies and Brother John Ansah,of Capecoast Dwarfs to serve on our proposed 5 man team to work on the modalities for an independently managed GPL. They will be joined by a yet to be named 2 Reps from the FA”
The Ghana FA is expected announced its reps to complete the list of 5 member committee.