The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association has elected Mark Addo as the Association’s Vice-President, ABC News can report.
He was elected at closed-door meeting in Accra Tuesday, following the October 25 elections which saw the Association elect Kurt Okraku as its President.
Mark Addo, who is the Director of second-tier side Nzema Kotoko, saw off competition from Randy Abbey and Dr. Toni Aubynn.
He polled six votes, two more than closest rival Randy Abbey. Dr. Toni Aubynn on the other hand, finished third with just one vote.
Last month, Mr. Addo was elected onto the GFA Executive Council as one of three representatives of Division One League clubs.
Mr Addo will deputise Kurt Okraku to run the GFA in four-year mandate. The two are expected to devise new strategies and policies to revamp Ghana football.