Allow the GFA to restructure, dissolution is a bad practice  - Nyaho Tamakloe tells government Featured
12 Jun

Allow the GFA to restructure, dissolution is a bad practice - Nyaho Tamakloe tells government

The former Chairman of the Ghana Football Association, Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe has adviced the government to halt the dissolution of the FA.
President Akuffo-Addo ordered for the dissolution of the GFA after ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his team (Tiger Eye PI) exposed the corrupt practices in the country's football.
But the former FA Boss Nyaho Tamakloe thinks the dissolution of the football association is a form of autocratic gesture by the government.
"The decision has been too hasty," Nyaho said.
"I would have prefered government wait and see how the FA will restructure their place because some of the Executive committee members were not involved in the corrupt practices." 
"And see how they can use their constitution which is the democratic way of doing things," he added.
"What has happened is a form of coup d'etat . To come out with a fiat to dissolve the GFA is very bad," he said.
It is reported in the media that the country's Attorney General has officially filed a suit in court to restraint the GFA from carrying out football related activities and also petitioned the Registrar General to liquidate the GFA business registration certificate.
By: Augustus Opoku
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