Dreams FC CEO Kurt Okraku has repelled the consistent comparison between himself and former Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi.
According to the GFA Presidential hopeful who was tipped to succeed George Afriyie as the Vice President of the Association in 2018, he is an independent man with his own set of ideas and principles.
Speaking during an engagement with the media in Tamale on his #GameChanger manifesto, Kurt assured that he will not be under any external influences if elected into office.
The experienced football administrator lauded Nyantakyi for his 13-year reign but stressed that they are distinctively different.
“I’m distinctively different from Kwesi Nyantakyi. When I comprehensively won to serve on the ExCo, I served under him and I did my best.
“The MTN FA Cup is a testimony. When I’m elected I’ll do my own things because I am my own man.
“Let’s respect Kwesi Nyantakyi for what he did in 13 years but I’m completely different from him,”