Experienced Sports Journalist, Rosalind Koramah Amoh has stated that she is ready to serve the New Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) despite losing out on her bid to serve on the GFA Executive Council.
The Graphic Communications Group Limited journalist was one of the aspirants that sought to be elected as a new member of the new Executive Council of the GFA.
She however lost out to veteran, Habiba Atta Forson.
Speaking to the media after her defeat, the former vice-chairperson of the National Women’s League said:
“My role in women football development and promotion cannot be taken away or underestimated, so if I am allowed or the EXCO consider me good enough to play a role, certainly I would otherwise revert to my role as a sports journalist,” he said.
She concluded by congratulating Habiba Atta for winning the only slot to represent women football on the EXCO.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Isaac Ansah Apagya