Swiss-based Ghanaian defender, Musah Nuhu says there has been a change and improvement with the performance of Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku after taking over as the President of the Ghana Football Association.
The graduate of University of Ghana and University of Liverpool as well as Chief Executive Officer of the Still Believe lads was elected as the president to lead the nation’s football governing body after beating competition from George Afriyie in 2019.
There has been a divided opinion with regards to the performance of the GFA due to the Ghana Premier League without a title sponsor.
But according to the Black Stars and former WAFA left-back in an interview with Accra-based Atinka Tv claims for about a year there has been a change and improvement in terms of publicity.
Nuhu, however, rated the astute football administrator 8 percent out of 10 as the leader of Ghana football.
“For about a year now I can see that one or two things have changed. Publicity from the media and everything is very good so I see it as step by step he is behind that.
“With the results Black Stars have recorded since he came, we have qualified for the World Cup and I can see that he is still doing well. World Cup is a target for everyone. It was difficult sometimes ago but we advanced against Nigeria and qualified so I will say he has done well.
“Out of ten percent I will give him eight,” Musah told King Edward Akuffo.