The Executive Chairman of the Ghana Premier League heavyweights have expressed readiness to contest the vacant Ghana FA seat, according to media reports.
Businessman Mogul Dr. Kwame Kyei is the latest football person to express interest filing his nomination for the upcoming Ghana Football Association Presidential elections.
He was appointed the leader of Asante Kotoko by the club's life patron in 2017.
Dr Kyei is the CEO of Unity Oil Company Limited, Light FM, Light TV, Vision1 FM, Sports Hotel and the Sport Recreational Centre and many other subsidiaries.
He owns Unity Air, a domestic private airline company registered in Ghana.
The Normalisation Committee of the Ghana FA will announce the election roadmap next week.
This was after the Ghana FA Extra Ordinary Congress on Thursday adopted the new statues for the Football Association.
Already, Several personalities including Kurt Okraku, Winfred Osei Palmer, Fred Pappoe, Nana Yaw Amponsah have declared their intention to vie for the Ghana FA seat.