Dreams Football Club boss, Kurt Okraku, has secured the number one spot on the ballot paper of the Ghana Football Association presidential elections, ABC News can report.
Former Ghana Football Association Vice-President, George Afriyie, would be behind Mr. Okraku on the ballot paper.
Fred Pappoe, an astute football administrator is third on the list followed by Amanda Akuokor Clinton, Nana Yaw Amponsah, owner of Phar Rangers Football Club and Lawyer George Ankomah.
The Ghana Football Association is set to elect a new president for the Association after the seat became vacant following the appointment of the Normalisation Committee and the ban of the former boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The election will take place on October, 25.