Takyi Arhin says Kurt Okraku will maintain his FA Presidency when the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) final verdict on the case between the Ghana Football Association and Wilfred Osei Kweku Palmer.
The tribunal was expected to announce the outcome of what has been a prolonged challenge, having rescheduled the date of their ultimate decision from July 17 to August 4.
Palmer dragged the national football's governing body to court over the displeasure of being "unfairly" disqualified from the GFA's presidential election in October last year.
But according to the former Eleven Wonders Chief Executive Officer, Kurt Okraku will maintain his status as the FA president when the final verdict is released on September 1.
"Nothing will change," Takyi Arhin said. "Kurt Okraku will maintain his status as the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) when CAS finally release the verdict.
"We have all seen the good works Kurt Okraku is doing and I am convinced the status quo will remain the same," he added.