Former Asante Kotoko management member Baah-Nuakoh together with six other members have formed the new GFA Club Licensing Board where they will see that clubs under the Ghana Football Association will pass through licensing application process successfully.
The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association, in evidence to its powers under Article 52 of the GFA Statutes, has today Tuesday appointed a seven-member Club Licensing Board for Ghana Football Association.
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC)’s General Manager, Dr Kwame Baah-Nuakoh will chair the board in their activities. Dr Baah-Nuakoh has worked in the sports journalism industry and served on the management team of Ghanaian side Asante Kotoko.
In relation to his experience gained from these fields together with his economic background, he has been appointed to lead the Club Licensing Board for Ghana Football Association.
The Club Licensing Board would be run with assistance from George Ankomah Mensah (Vice Chairman), Professor Joseph Kwame Mintah, Mike Bonsu, Mavis Amanor, Rev. Emmanuel Addotey and Joseph Addo, to ensure that clubs’ license application meet legal, administrative, finance, technical, medical and security compliance to the provisions of the GFA Statutes and the GFA Club Licensing Regulations before issuing licenses to clubs.
The GFA’s Club Licensing Manager, Emmanuel Newton Dasoberi will act as Secretary to the Committee.
The formation of the Club Licensing Board come following the restructuring and redevelopment of the Ghana Football Association, haven elected a new president and EXCO members some few months ago.
The new members of the GFA officially resumed duties last Monday and have set up this board a day after.