The former football association’s chief believes late campaign amounted to the fewer votes amassed by Fred Pappoe during the elections
Former Ghana Football Association spokesperson Ibrahim Saanie Daara says it wasn’t surprising when Fred Pappoe managed to have only six votes in the just ended FA presidential elections.
According to Saanie, while other contestants started serious campaigns since 2017, Pappoe who was regarded as the most experienced candidate to replace Kwesi Nyantakyi left it late and that affected his dreams.
“Fred Pappoe had a late campaign during the elections and it led to what happened, ” Saanie told Asempa FM.
“The likes of Kurt Okraku and others started campaigning over two years ago and had spoken to all the delegates before he joined,” he added.
Pappoe has been touted as one of the individuals who can make Kurt’s administration successful since he is ready to offer various kinds of advise between now and 2023.