Former Ghana FA Executive Committee member Kurt E.S Okraku says he is ready to offer ny form of support to the Normalization Committee.
The Dreams FC chief is back in Ghana after a busy time in Europe where he concluded several transfer deals for his players.
Okraku left the country at the height of the confusion that rocked Ghana football in the wake of the Anas expose.
Government had to subsequently withdraw its lawsuit to dissolve the Ghana FA after reaching an agreement with FIFA to have the Normalization Committee formed.
This committee will take over the executive arm of football administration, replacing the Executive Committee – of which Okraku is a member of – in the process.
Okraku says he is ready to offer any form of support required to ensure the successful administration of football with the Normalization Committee.
“I cannot say that I am ignorant of good football management skills, good techniques and strategies,” he told Dreams TV.
“So when the time comes, I’m sure we will contribute our bit no matter how little it is.
“I am an investor in the sport and therefore it is important that I play a role in ensuring that football becomes beneficial for all of us.”
The Normalization Committee is expected to be announced on Wednesday.
Acting CAF Vice President Amaju Pinnick is leading a FIFA delegation to Ghana on Tuesday to announce the appointment of the Normalization Committee.