Government has set up an interim committee to manage football in the country.
A statement signed by Information Minister, Dr. Mustapha Abdul-Hamid said, ‘’pursuant to an application for interim at the instance of the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, for an order restraining members, directors and officials of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) from exercising such powers as are ordinarily conferred on them by the provisions of the Companies Act (Act 179, the GFA statutes and other appointment of executives and other officials, the High Court Commercial Division, yesterday the 12th June, 2018, granted the said application as prayed, for a limited at the end of this period, to seek a more permanent injunction.
‘’In the meantime, the government of Ghana has decided to set up an Interim Management Committee (IMC) to overseer the administration of football and other related matters in Ghana.’’
The five-member committee is made up of: Dr. Kofi Amoah, Chairperson; Mr. Cudjoe Fianoo, Member/Secretary; Mr. Abedi Pele, Member; Rev. Osie Kofi, Member and Ms. Eva Okyere, Member.