Dreams FC Executive Chairman, Kurt Okraku has explained his reasons for departing with Accra Hearts of Oak.
Mr Okraku is one of seven individuals seeking to lead the Ghana football association for the next four years.
After serving Hearts of Oak for many years, Kurt moved to set up his own football club Dreams FC.
"I paid my dues to Hearts Of Oak and I have a lot of respect for the team. I left Hearts when new management took over and I had to find my way because I believe I have a lot to offer football"
Kurt unveiled his road map for Ghana football in a document he premised on four key areas being transparency, accountability and annual Audit; gender and equity, good corporate governance; professionalism, innovation and investment.