The 48-year-old will replace Maxwell Konadu who has been asked to concentrate on his duties with the Black Stars.
Dramani is on the verge of cutting ties with the Porcupine Warriors after two-years in charge.
He wants an amicable settlement after being asked to proceed on an accumulated four months leave.
The former Ghana Under-17 female team coach will not be short of offers as he will be handed a national team job, according to the Ghanaian media.
He has also been linked with a return to the Black Maidens which he guided to clinch bronze during the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan in 2012.
He won the Ghana Premier League title with Kotoko back-to-back as well as the FA cup during his tenure.