Oti Akenteng dismisses GFA workers salary rejection reports
Francis Oti Akenteng, Member of the FIFA liaison team for Ghana has refuted reports that workers of the Ghana Football Association have rejected government initiative to pay their salaries for the month of June.
Oti Akenteng, who was the technical director of the defunct Ghana Football Association, indicated that claims that workers have rejected the plan from the government are false.
He said they are waiting for the CID to make available the computers at the FA before paying each of the workers there.
"It's not true the GFA staff have rejected government's attempt to pay their salaries, they are only asking the government to let them know when they are resuming work."
"The accountant needs time to deal with the CID who are currently in possession of computers which contains information on salaries of staff."
The nation's football governing body secretariat has been declared as a crime scene since the premiering of the number 12 expose by the investigative journalist Anas Aremyaw Anas last month.