The 2023 Ghana Football Association election process remains suspended following the adjournment of the case involving the club side, King Faisal, and the football governing body.
The new date for the case is Wednesday, September 6.
On Wednesday, August 30th, there was no court session as scheduled.
As a result, the legal representatives from both parties agreed to set a new date to address their concerns.
The relegated Ghana Premier League team, King Faisal, wants the GFA to be stopped from holding its scheduled presidential election on September 27 in Tamale.
They want this restraint to continue until elections for the representatives of the National League clubs, Regional Football Associations, and the related bodies are completed.
Additionally, King Faisal seeks to declare that a valid Congress cannot be held to elect the President until new representatives for the Executive Council (Exco) have been duly elected.
Moreover, the club based in Kumasi is also seeking a declaration that opening nominations for the election of a new GFA President before elections are held for the representatives of the Exco is both incorrect and unlawful.
Furthermore, Alhaji Karim Grusah’s club wants a declaration that any resolution purported to have been passed by the membership of the current Exco concerning the election of a new GFA President before representatives are chosen for the Exco constitutes a breach of trust, confidence, and loyalty.
In the upcoming election, the current GFA President, Kurt Okraku, is facing a challenge from the former Vice President of the association, George Afriyie, for the highest position.
The Electoral process was halted after the vetting of Aspirants at the Alisa Hotel.
Source: Citi Sports