Western region FA Presidential hopeful James Asiedu Kainyah known in the football circles as Jamkay has launched his manifesto today ahead of the upcoming elections.
The colorful ceremony saw the outgoing Chairman of the region’s football administration and a former Ghana FA Executive Committee Member Mr. Kojo Yankah in attendance.
Below are seven key points from Jamkay’ manifesto
– Increased Standards in Competition and General Administration: The astute football administrator explained that when voted as the next Western Region FA Chairman, there will be a pragmatic sponsorship drives to cater for at least half of cost of officiating fees and officials match balls and also he will introduce a regional football awards to encourage performing players, coaches, administrators and stakeholders in the calendar year.
– High level of integrity and an enhanced governance mode: Jamkay explained that, he will ensure that the Western Region Football Association’s competitions, matches and the conduct of officers, executives and staff to conform to the highest ethics and sporting standards.
– Ensuring commercial value of the game: According to Jamkay , he will generates and commercialize a brand of football that will satisfy the demands of stakeholders. He also explained that under this key point, he will develop a proper branding approach to enhance the image of the game and strategically out the Western Region Football Association on the marketing map to attract valuable sponsorships.
– Innovation and motivational way to develop women’s football: He believes when elected as the successor of Kojo Yankah, he will set up a special female footballers talent scheme in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service. This scheme will focus on football and education, ensuring that talented female footballers are given special preference in terms of school placement.
– Grassroots football development: According to the former Western Region FA Vice Chairman, setting up a Youth Development Directorates in every district, and one central directorate in the region’s capital; to oversee the running organization and implementation of juvenile football programmes will be his main focus.
– Ensuring success for regional elite clubs: Jamkay stated that he will develop a cordial relationship with the region’s elite clubs for collaboration in areas of talent hunts and other technical and administration support.
– Division Two Clubs development: He ended that he will organize zonal workshops on organizational structure and general organization as well as workshops on the new rules and regulations.
These are the seven key points from Jamkay’ manifesto which is expecting to convince delegates enough and he will be hoping to beat the likes of Jacob Wemegah, Simon Ehomah and Bismark Owusu Mensah on October 18, 2019 for the Western Region Football Association Chairmanship seat.