On Saturday, August 12, 2023, Collins Kofi Zoiku was re-elected as President of the Ghana Mixed Martial Arts Federation (GHAMMAF) at their second Elective Congress held at the Media Center of the Accra Sports Stadium.
Collins Kofi Zoiku will be working alongside Ali Ajami, who takes the position of Vice President, whilst Wonder Zoiku was voted in as Treasurer.
Executive members Kendrick Aryee, Dauda Fuseni, Carl Lokko, Ibrahim Ahmed and Francis Dzorgboku were all also elected to the new board.
The election was conducted by sports administrator and Secretary General of the Federation, Patrick Johnson, who represented the Director General of the NSA, Professor Peter Twumasi.
Professor Kester Quist-Aphetsi, who chaired the Congress, advised the new board to open up to other organizations and federations for collaboration, as well as to try and generate funds for the Federation.
Following his re-election, Collins Kofi Zoiku vowed to take MMA in Ghana to the next level, stating: “It’s all about the athletes, so let’s try to encourage them to become National and African Champions. Our aim is to make MMA the best sport of choice in Ghana.”
He appealed to the government, Ministry of Youth and Sports, National Sports Authority (NSA) and the Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC) to support the Federation’s participation in the upcoming 13th African Games to be hosted in Ghana next year.