OFFICIAL: Gov’t form five-member interim committee reform Ghana football
Government of Ghana has confirmed the appointment of a five-member interim committee to oversee the restructuring of Ghana Football.
Dr Kofi Amoah who served as LOC boss for Ghana’s hosting of AFCON 2008 is the chairman of the committee.
Former Black Stars players Abedi Pele, Rev. Osei Kofi, president of GHALCA Kudjoe Fianoo and Lawyer cum sports journalist, Ms Eva Okeyere are all part of the committee.
Award-winning sports journalist, Dan Kwaku Yeboah who also doubles as Peace FM Sports Editor and owner and editor of the Ghana Sports newspaper will serve as the committee’s spokesperson.
This decision to form an interim team to oversee a reformation of Ghana football follows the announcement by the government that it plans on using all the legal process available to dissolve the current Ghana Football Association after the airing of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas “Number 12” documentary which exposed the rot in Ghana football.
Below is the statement signed and released by Minister of Information, Mustapha Abdul Hamid.
*Dr Kofi Amoah
*Rev. Osei Kofi
*Dan Kweku Yeboah [PRO]
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— SAMUEL E. A. APPIAH (@appiahsamuelkow) June 13, 2018