Former Communications Director of Ghana Football Association (GFA), Ibrahim Saani Daara says he has no interest in working at the GFA again.
The former Communications Director of the football regulatory agency said he will reject any offer of appointment that will be given him by the current GFA Boss, Kurt Okraku.
His position became vacant following the collapse of the Kwesi Nyantakyi administration after the Anas Number 12 Exposé.
The former British Broadcasting Cooperation (BBC) worker has been heavily linked with the General Secretary position following the election of his close pal, Kurt Okraku as new GFA President
However, the former communication director of the GFA says he’s content with what he has now and thus has no interest in GFA’s Communication Officer post.
“I am not interested in the Ghana Football Association General Secretary position for now and besides, they cannot afford to pay me if I should charge them for my services.
“Unwarranted attacks and hatred during my service under Nyantakyi’s administration within the football fraternity have demotivated me from working for the GFA again,” Saani Daara said in an exclusive interview with Saddick Adams, Sports Obama on Floodlight Sports show on Angel FM.
Meanwhile, the new Ghana FA administration will convene on Thursday November 7 to elect a new Vice President of the Association.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonliengh.com | Ansah Apagya