President of the Ghana FA Kurt E.S Okraku extended his corporate visits to the headquarters of the Bureau for National Investigations (BNI) as he hope to strengthen the bond between the two bodies.
Kurt, who has taken advantage of the fallow period created by the outbreak of COVID-19 to visit several corporate institutions, met the top public security organization on Wednesday.
Top on the agenda was how the security firm can collaborate the efforts of the GFA in protecting the game.
In a post on his official Facebook handle, Kurt applauded the BNI for the opportunity, hinting the protection of the game of football.
“Today, I paid a visit to the BNI Headquarters in Accra,” he wrote.
“Agenda: Protecting our game (football).
“I’m grateful to the leadership of the BNI for giving us audience. Ghana football will rise again,” he added.
Kurt has earlier held similar meetings with several companies including Fan Milk, the National Scholarship Secretariat, Lexta Ghana Limited, the Ministry of Education, among others.