The Footbal Association president, Kwesi Nyantakyi has been sworn into office for a third successive term as President of the Ghana Football Association.
The legal practitioner took the oath of secrecy and that of his office to legally ratify his re-election for a fresh four-year term.
He came to his current position in 2005 after serving as Vice chairman to Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe, now a board member of Hearts of Oak and an astute NPP politician.
His coming into office ushered the GFA into a democratic era of electing members into key positions including its president and members of the executive committee from the regime of government appointment.
Nyantakyi who also serves on various committees of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) then witnessed the swearing in of the new members of his Executive Committee in an oath administered by Supreme Court judge Justice Anin Yeboah.
Meanwhile three individuals, Abdulai Alhassan, Francis Dogbatse and Roy Arthur who were elected onto the Executive Committee were however exempted from taking the oaths due to legal suits mounted by their opponents during the electioneering period.
The newly elected President and Executive Committee members who will run Ghana football for the next four years are:
Frank Nelson, Samuel Opoku Nti, Leanier Addy, Nab Benjamin Eyison, George Afriyie, Delali Senaye, Albert Commey, Kweku Eyiah, J.F Mensah, Kurt Okraku, Wilfred Osei, Eddie Doku, Kojo Yankah, Augustine Asante, Salifu Shaibu Zida, Osei Tutu Agyemang, Lawal Abdul Ganiyu and Alhaji Daudi Sadugu Yahaya.