Nyantakyi’s Victory is a tonic to cure a Rift-Hon. Kwadwo Baah


Hon. Kwadwo Baah

A member of Parliamentary Select Committee on Youth, Sports & culture,  also an MP for the Asante-Akyim North Constituency Hon. Kwadwo Baah Agyemang has expressed thrills and profound gratitude to the President of Ghana Football Association Mr. Kewsi Nyantakyi on his latest achievement as an Executive Member of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA)

Saying, it is of his hope and prayer that this feel good factor of Mr. Nyantakyi’s accomplishment will be the tonic we have all been waiting for to cure the bad blood between the Ghana Football hierarchy and the Sports Ministry in order to forge ahead to achieve more for mother Ghana.



Football and sports as a whole need a major lift in the country and this should not be compromised for any personal wound. There are obvious problems with the development of football in the country but it is not a hopeless situation. All we need is an all hands on deck approach. He averred.

I congratulate Mr Kwasi Nyantakyi on his election as a member of the highest decision making body in the world of football; FIFA council.

Although it may seem a personal success, He said, I know and believe it has elevated the image of Ghana and our representation at the highest decision making body of the game we all love passionately.

It is my prayer that your presence will affect Ghana football positively and will also pave the way for other Ghanaians in the administration of football at the highest levels.

According to Hon. Baah, Ghanaians may not immediately see the benefits of this accomplishment but surely with time, they will all come to embrace the fact that it is indeed a win for Ghana just as other individuals through their personal accomplishments sold mother Ghana on the world stage and kept the name on the lips of all and sundry.

Let Ghana sports win and also use this feat to focus on the big thing. He urged.

Exclusively Newslinegh

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