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Ghana FA strengthens Communications Department to foster greater transparency

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced the appointment of seasoned sports writer and communicator, Patrick Akoto as Senior Manager in its Communications Department.

This is contained in a communique issued on Monday, March 18, by the country’s football association.

Besides Patrick Akoto, Tophic Abdul Kadir has also been appointed as one of the Senior Managers in the Communications Department of the Ghana FA.

“The Ghana Football Association (GFA) Executive Council has taken a significant step towards enhancing its engagement with the public by bolstering its Communications Unit with the appointment of Patrick Akoto and Tophic Abdul Kadir (Sheikh).

“Patrick Akoto, previously the Director of Communications for the 2022-23 Ghana Premier League champions Medeama since 2016, assumes the role of Senior Manager, Communications,” parts of the GFA communique said.

It added, “Tophic Abdul Kadir also joins the team as a Senior Manager of communications.”

According to the Ghana FA, Both Patrick and Tophic’s appointments represent a strategic move to strengthen its communications capabilities and foster greater transparency and engagement with stakeholders.

“Their proven track records and diverse skill sets will undoubtedly contribute to the Association’s efforts to promote and elevate Ghanaian football on both national and international platforms,” the FA explained in its communique.

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