GFA Elections: Mandatory integrity tests await club administrators - Kofi Amoah
Dr Kofi Amoah has confirmed that football administrators will go through mandatory integrity test before they hold any office.
A new president and executive committee members for the Ghana FA are yet to be elected since the resignation of Kwesi Nyantakyi and his ExCO members.
A date has been scheduled for Congress to review the new proposed statutes before elections are held to elect a new president and ExCO members.
However, the Normalization Committee chairman insists anybody who desires to hold position will go through mandatory integrity test.
“People who are interested will have to pick up a form at the Ghanaian Football Association premises or pick a form at our regional headquarters and you fill the forms and send it to us but before that, every one person will go through integrity test. You will be vetted to before you can hold any office,” he told Paul Adom Otchere on Good Evening Ghana on Tuesday.
He also added that they will not welcome anything not verifiable.
“We are looking out for honest people. That is if you have not been to jail or anything of that matter. Will deal with things that are verifiable and if you pass then you are good to go. We will not deal with anything that cannot be proved,” he added.