Kurt Okraku remains GFA head as Palmer loses at CAS


Good news has been received by the GFA after the Court of Arbitration ruled out the case from Wilfred Palmer.

The world government court for all sports, Court of Arbitration for Sports has dismissed the case of Wilfred Palmer. The case which made against the GFA Election Committee after the complainant was disqualified from contesting for the presidency.

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The Court of Arbitration for Sports has validated the decision of the Election Committee of disqualifying Wilfred Palmer.

The decision from CAS confirms the stay of Kurt Okraku as the President of the Ghana Football Association. The news broke on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, after CAS released a letter confirming the ruling. The case has been postponed on several occasions and at long last, the ruling has been made.

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Wilfred Osei Kwaku Palmer was contesting the legitimacy of the current administration of the Ghana Football’s Association at the Court of Arbitration for Sports. 

The verdict revealed that Palmer was found guilty of breaking GFA codes and was thus prevented from contesting for the presidency.

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Moreover, from the verdict, Osei Kwaku Palmer may not stand in any future elections unless some monumental happens.

A communique from the camp of Wilfred Palmer have stated the intention to support the current administration after their disappointment from CAS.

In conclusion, check out the statement from the Court of Arbitration for Sports.