Ghana Football Association

GFA Elections: Habiba Atta Forson Wins Women’s ExCo Position

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Habiba Atta Forson will be only female on the new Ghana Football Association (GFA) Executive Council after winning the single slot allocated for women.

The owner and bankroller of Fabulous Ladies won Women’s Exco elections held Thursday after results for the election held at GFA Secretariat were announced.

She polled eight votes, one more than her closest rival Evelyn Nsiah Asare.

Veteran Sports journalist Rosalind Amoh got a single vote while Edna Quagraine got no vote at all to place them were third and fourth respectively.

Madam Habiba succeeds Linear Addy, who was implicated in the Number 12 expose by Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

She will represent the Women’s Elite Clubs on the Executive Council for the next four years.

The veteran football administrator is credited with the introduction of women’s football in Ghana.

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