Osei Parma says government has 'no power' to dissolve the GFA because "it is a legitimate company" Featured
24 Jun

Osei Parma says government has 'no power' to dissolve the GFA because "it is a legitimate company"

The Black Stars Management Committee Chairman, Winfred Osei Parma says government does not pose that power to dissolve the Ghana Football Association.
 
Government has set up a five-member-committee to manage the affairs of the country's football in its plans to dissolve and liquidate the FA following the Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposé which captured some members of FA in corrupt act.
 
However, the bankroller of Tema Youth, Winfred Osei Parma believes government decision to halt football activities suggest that clubs don't have the legitimate right to exist.
 
"The clubs are legitimately registered company. But the clubs have been told they don't have legitimate right to exist," Osei Parma told Asempa FM.
 
"The government should let the officials know whether it's legitimate to own a club or not," he stated.
 
Parma claims that the football governing body, FIFA, will turn down the Interim Management Committee set-up by the government.
 
He also added that government can not do a reform without the Executive Committee members.
 
"As a club owner, I have employed about 60 people." Have I not contributed something to the economy of the country?" he questioned.
 
"The government can not do football without resorting to FIFA. The reform will need the involvement of the Executive Committee of the FA. That is what FIFA will tell the government."
 
"The IMC set up by the government will not be recognised by FIFA", Parma claimed.
 
The football governing body, FIFA, in consultation with the government have agreed to take interim measures for the continuation of football activities in the country following a meeting in the capital, Accra.
 
 
By: Augustus Opoku
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