Habiba Atta Forson has been elected to join the GFA Executive Council as the representative from the Women’s League after Thursday’s elections which took place at the GFA’s headquarters in Accra.
She beat off competition from Rosalind Amoh, Evelyn Nsiah Asare and Edna Quagraine to get the slot.
Forson got 8 votes and she shaded Nsiah Asare who got 7. Amoh polled a single with Quagraine getting zero.
Forson will serve for the next four years as the first representative of women’s football on the Executive Council.
She is expected to make strong moves for the betterment of women’s football in Ghana.
Aside from the elections of women’s league reps, there will be the elections of reps from the Premier League, Division One and the Regional Football Associations on Thursday.