26 Oct

I wasn't surprised I had 'only' six votes - Fred Pappoe

Board member of Accra Great Olympics, Fred Pappoe says he wasn't surprised with the six votes he polled at the 2019 Ghana Football Association Presidential elections.

The former Ghana FA vice president had only six votes in the first round of the election held at the College of Surgeons and Physicians in Accra yesterday.
 
Mr. Pappoe qualified for the runoff after none of the candidates had the required percentage to claim the seat but he conceded defeat.
 
Mr. Kurt Okraku was elected as the new Ghana FA President with a whopping 96.9% in the third round of the election after George Afriyie had conceded defeat.
 
"I wasn't surprised I had six(6) votes, human beings can be very different and not predictable," Mr. Pappoe told Kumasi FM
 
"I cannot say my decision not to pay money to the delegates aided my defeat,I'm not disappointed by the results."
 
"It is too early to talk about contesting in the next elections,I will be old then and might not have the energy."
 
"Congratulations to Kurt Okraku for winning the elections,I wish him well. He must bear in mind it is not an easy task."
 
"He has a strong executive council members and I know they will work extraordinary to achieve their aim."
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