Nana Fitz says the GFA boss can go for another term since there is no constitution that forbids him from doing so.
The GFA boss said last year that he will not seek re-election when his current term runs out in 2019.
And Nana Fitz an astute football administrator said at a press conference organised to help streamline Ghana football said that he sees nothing wrong should Nyantakyi changes his mind not to contest for the 2019 GFA election.
'“He is a Ghanaian there is no and if he feels that he should go for re-run, no one can stop him
If they have been given a blank check, who can tell Kwesi Nyantakyi not to seek re-election,” he quizzed.
“There is no constitution that stipulates the number of terms for GFA presidency, Nyantakyi who made it clear that he will not contest in 2019, can one day wake up and tell his family, I now want to re-run and that is fair per the constitution of the GFA.
“The foundation is weak, so which ever building that is put on it will collapse. The individuals within the GFA are not bad it is the laws governing the association".
George Afriyie, the Vice President of the Ghana Football Association has already declared his intention to vie for the 2019 GFA presidential election.