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26 Jun

Government not interested in managing and running football- Deputy Attorney General

A Deputy Attorney General of Ghana, Godfred Odame, has stated that the government of Ghana is not interested in running affairs of football in Ghana.
 
The government of Ghana during a meeting with a three-member-delegation of FIFA in Accra on the 22nd June, 2018 requested FIFA to allow them enforce the laws of Ghana on football.
 
According to the Deputy Attorney General, Godfred Odame, government is not interested in fully managing football but wants the laws of the land to be enforced.
 
"As government, we've declared to FIFA that we are not interested in running and managing football in Ghana. All we seek to do is to ensure the laws of Ghana are enforced," he said.
 
Mr. Odame again stated that, "Indeed, the ultimate objective of government is to ensure football is favoured to were it is. We want to move away from a situation where the league is operated and run by the FA," he added.
 
The government of Ghana through the Attorney General is taking steps to dissolve the current Ghana Football Association after the Anas exposé which led to the halt of all football activities in the country.
 
By: Amina Abdallah
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