George Afriyie Scribbles Appreciation Letter To Ghana FA

Former vice president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) George Afriyie has penned an appreciation letter to all stakeholders of the Ghana Football Association following his sacking from his position.
Last week Tuesday, Mr Afriyie was sacked as the second capo of the nation’s football governing body.
However, the reason for his dismissal is yet to be made known.
The Liberty Professionals director, who has declared his intention to contest for the Ghana FA post in 2019 has also been sacked as the Black Stars Management Committee chairman.
In an appreciation letter addressed to all stakeholders of the GFA, Mr Afriyie said he is privileged to have served as vice president, adding that he will continue to be committed to the development of football in the country.
Below is the full statement:
I am writing this as a humble note of appreciation to the Ghana Football Association and all its members for allowing me the privilege of serving as vice president of the association these past few years.
Those years have been extremely satisfied and I take great pride in all that was achieved in that period.
I want to thank the president of the association, Kwasi Nyantakyi for the opportunity to serve.
Although my tenure has come to an end, let me indicate my utmost commitment to the development of football in this country and I will continue to work assiduously to this end.
I want to take this opportunity to thank the entire administrative staff of the football association for their hard work during my time and urge them to continue in the same regard.
Further appreciation goes to my colleague members of the Executive and Emergency Committee. I also thank the media for their partnership through all those years.
Finally my utmost appreciation to the fans. without whom we work in vain.

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