Ghana Football Association (GFA) president Kurt Okraku has paid a courtesy call on Hungarian Ambassador Andras Szabo at the Hungarian Embassy in Accra.

Mr Okraku, met the Ambassador as part of his strategy to bring everyone on board to chat a new course for development of the game.

The experienced football administrator was sworn in as new leader of the West African nation’s football governing body after beating five other candidates in a keenly-contested election a fortnight ago.

“Hosted by Ambassador Andras Szabo as I honoured an invitation by the Hungarian Embassy in Accra.‬” he tweeted

“Looking forward to maintaining a symbiotic relationship between the Ghana Football Association and the Hungarian Football Association,” Mr. Okraku added.