By Edmund Bobie
Kwesi Nyantakyi, was on Wednesday re-elected as the President of the West African Football Union (WAFU Zone B).
The Ghana Football Association President was the only candidate for the position during Wednesday's Congress in Kumasi. He will serve as President for the next two years.
Wa All Stars congratulated Mr. Nyantakyi with a message on their website:
The Club is excited by the challenge handed Kwesi Nyantakyi, who is the founder of our Club and are optimistic that his experience and contributions to football in Ghana and beyond will transform the game in the sub-region.
Following your election for a second term to the presidency of the West Africa Football Union Zone B, Wa All Stars Football Club would like to extend our sincerest congratulations to you for this achievement and wish you every success for many years to come.
We believe your experience in football will undoubtedly be a huge asset and will help you to accomplish the task of improving the game in West Africa and on the continent.
As we celebrate your re-election, which is a testimony to your hard work and achievement for football, we wish you strength, health and every success for the challenges that lie ahead.