Five football administrators have been elected onto the newly constituted Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to represent the interest of Premier League clubs.
The five were among seven candidates contesting for the five places on the Council.
Ashanti Gold SC’s Frederick Acheampong, Asante Kotoko’s George Amoako, Aduana Stars’ Albert Aryeetey Commey, Bechem United’s Kingsley Osei Bonsu, Medeama SC’s Dr Toni Aubynn, Berekum Chelsea’s Nana Oduro Safo and Hearts of Oak’s Frederick Moore were the candidates.
At the end of polls at the GFA headquarters, Aduana Stars’ Chief Executive Officer Albert Commey and Hearts of Oak’s CEO Frederick Moore missed out on the podium.
Dr Aubynn, a former Chief Executive Officer of the Minerals Commission, emerged tops with 14 votes.
He was followed by journalist Fred Acheampong with 11 votes.
Asante Kotoko’s George Amoako and Bechem United’s Lord ZICO polled 10 votes apiece to sail through.
They were joined by Nana Oduro Safo, who picked the fifth and final place.
Hearts of Oak’s CEO had 8 votes with the club’s former administrator Albert Commey polling seven votes to finish bottom.
The finalisation of the Executive Council elections paves way for the presidential polls on Friday, October 25.
That exercise, despite facing a court injunction, will elect Ghana’s first GFA President after the Anas expose.