The (Extraordinary) Congress returned him unopposed for a new four-year mandate, as he was the only qualified candidate for the election.
Nyantakyi thanked the delegates for their continuous trust in him and promised to do more to move Ghana football further.
Nyantakyi made history in 2011 when he became the first person to be democratically re-elected GFA President for a second term in office.
He was first elected President in 2005 after earlier serving in acting capacity as Chairman of the GFA for a year.
97 out of 123 members were present at the UDS Hall in Tamale.
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