The Congress of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has approved emoluments for the leadership of the association as recommended by the Frederick Moore led ad-hoc compensation committee.
The three-man committee which also has Delali Senaye and Sampson Nartey-Yoe, recommended that President of the association, Kurt Okraku, be given a monthly salary of GH¢12,000, with his vice Mark Addo earning GH¢7,000 and GH¢4,000 each going to the rest of the members of the Executive Council.
Also, the President and his vice will receive a per diem of $500 and $400 per day for foreign travels respectively, while the Executive Council members receive $300 in that direction plus business class tickets for all.
Congress also voted in support of the GH¢1,600 sitting allowance for Executive Council members as well as approving the decision of the committee to scrap the payment of ex-gratia to members of the Executive Council as was the practice previously.
The house approved a budget of GH¢71 million for the next financial year and also approved Baker Tilly Andah & Andah as their auditing firm for the next three years.