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Isaac Addo made substantive GFA General Secretary

The Ghana Football Association has announced the appointment of Isaac Addo as substantive General Secretary.

Mr. Addo recently served a nine-month Fifa suspension over alleged sexual harassment following a protest from two liaison officers during a workshop for the 2016 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea. Following the completion of the ban, he was confirmed at the last meeting of the Executive Committee at the GFA Secretariat in Accra on December 22.

Until his recent appointment, Isaac Addo was a Deputy General Secretary (Marketing) of the Association.

He acted as General Secretary of the Association after the retirement of Mr. Emmanuel Gyimah in 2015.

Mr. Addo joined the Ghana Football Association in 1999 as an Administrative Officer before he was later appointed as Deputy General Secretary in charge of Marketing.

He is a graduate of the University of Ghana (Legon) with a Bachelors Degree (Hons) in Economics & Political Science before attending a Sports Administration Course at CAF.

He also earned a Masters Degree in Business Management at the University of Hull (UK) and a Masters Degree in Disaster Communications Management at the USTTI (USA).

The General Secretary is the head of the General Secretariat of the Ghana Football Association.





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