President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Edwin Simeon Okraku has cleared the air over reports of having a hostile relationship with former GFA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi.
According to reports, it is believed that Kurt Okraku received the blessings of Kwesi Nyantakyi by convincing delegates to vote for him as his apparent heir to the GFA presidential throne.
However, since taking over, it is again believed that the relationship between the two has deteriorated.
Speaking in an interview with Starrfmonline, the current GFA President deflated those claims, insisting he has a good relationship with his predecessor.
”I have never had a bad relationship with former president [Kwesi] Nyantakyi in fact from Nana Sam Brew Butler when Nana was the FA chairman, I was a practising journalist,” Okraku told Starrfmonline.
”I have got a relationship with , Alhaji Lepowura MND Jawula, Kwesi Nyantakyi, Kofi Amoah and I have never had a bad relationship with the leaders of this Association and I feel good about this.
”I hope that when I exit, whoever takes over will also have a good relationship with me.”