Isaac Asiamah has failed as a Sports Minister — Joseph Yamin fires Featured
05 Jun

Isaac Asiamah has failed as a Sports Minister — Joseph Yamin fires

The Sports Minister has been blasted by the the former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister for government failure to aid Ghanaian clubs amid Coronavirus pandemic.
Former Deputy Minister of Youth and Sports, Joseph Yamin, has chided Sports Minister, Isaac Asiamah for failing to help Ghanaian clubs during this coronavirus era.
According to him, the current government has failed to support the clubs financially in the era where football has being suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
‘’ Isaac Asiamah has failed as a Sports Minister because in this coronavirus era, he has failed to support Ghanaian clubs who are unable to pay the salaries of their players due to the suspension of football," Yamin told  Accra-based radio station Kingdom FM
"Coronavirus has exposed him big time in relation to his competence as a Minister,’’ 
 Football Clubs in Ghana are pushing for some support from government to cushion them to pay salaries of players and other staff. Whilst the clubs see this move as a smart one, others feel the clubs are just failing to do what’s expected of them to keep up with the situation due to coronavirus pandemic.
The GFA is expecting $500,000 as financial stimulus package from FIFA due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
 President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku has pledged to push for government support for players affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Kurt Okraku says he is engaging with stakeholders to ensure that the football fraternity also benefits from the government’s stimulus package for business and institutions affected by the global pandemic.
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