The executive committee of the Ghana Football Association have voted Mark Addo as the new vice president of the Association.
Prior to his role with Endeavour, Mark was the country manager for Adamus Resources where he played a pivotal role in the start-up, development before the company mergedo with Endeavour Mining.
Mark’s efforts were instrumental in the development of Adamus Resources growing from an exploration entity to $60 million valuation on the ASX to a combined post meagre value of $597 million in 2011.
Mark has been actively involved in football since 2013,where he took over as CEO of Nzema Kotoko football club.
His good management of the club led to them being a model for many other clubs to follow.
Also, he helped Nzema Kotoko reach the final of the normalisation committee special competition Tier 2,defeating Premier club, Karela United along the way.
Mark was elected into the GFA executive council on the 24th of October 2019 and has subsequently been voted as the vice president. Polling 6 votes as compared to Randy Abbey’s 4 and Dr. Anthony Aubynn’s 1.