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28 Jun

Government block assess to allow GFA delegation to meet FIFA in Zurich

Ghana Government has blocked every assess to allow  the Football Association's delegation to travel to Zurich to meet up with FIFA in a meeting to put interim measures for the continuation of football in Ghana, according to reports.
According to reliable information, the football association's delegation which include Lawyer Kweku Abaku Eyiah, Alex Asante, and Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom have all been denied the opportunity to travel to Switzerland, the home of FIFA because of the injunction placed on Ghana Football.
Samuel Brew-Butler who was to travel with the aforementioned names told Oyerepa FM that his business will not allow him travel to Switzerland.
"It is inconvenient for me to make the trip. I have a business meeting with some Japanese investors," he said.
However, government have selected four powerful members to meet up with the world football governing body to continue their meeting held in Accra, Ghana last week.
The Sports Minister, Isaac Kwame Asiamah will lead the four member delegation which includes a Deputy Attorney General Godfred Odame, a Deputy Chief of Staff, Samuel Abu Jinapor, as well as the Member of Parliament for Agona-West, Cynthia Maamle Morrison.
The said meeting which was supposed to come off today at 14:00 GMT has been rescheduled to Friday 29 June, 2018.
By: Augustus Opoku
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