GARFA chairmanship Debates went well as Samuel Aboabiri was absent Featured

09 Oct 2019
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Greater Accra Regional football Association Chairmanship Debates went well as all candidates were around apart from Samuel Aboabiri who was absent.

Eugene Jacquaye, Emmanuel Ankamah and Dr. Arthur made themselves available for the debates.

The three aspirants defended their proposed plans and manifestos for Greater Accra RFA Chairmanship position in an orderly manner.

Jacquaye stole the show as his proposed plans and manifestos for Greater Accra RFA Chairmanship position was well received, with applauds coming from the audience.

The audience presented themselves in orderly manner during the debate as there was no case of fighting or throwing of abusive words at each other.

Present at the debates was the man who scouted Abedi Pele, founder of Great Falcons, Herbert Adika.

Herbert Adika came to support the man of the moment, the man with with great ideas and legit plans for the Greater Accra Regional football Association Chairmanship position, Eugene Jacquaye.

The main highlight of the debate was the absence of Samuel Aboabiri, who was absent due to illness.

Final whistle efforts to reach Samuel aka kattah prove futile.

Samuel is also team manager of national U20.

Final Whistle wishes him a quick recovery.

By Ayodele Emaye

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