The Ghana Football Association has given a clear indication that it is ready to work with the government of Ghana towards the restructuring of the Association.
The Ghana Football Association is currently going through turbulent times after investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas exposed some shady deals involving its top[ brass in his latest investigative piece dubbed “Number 12”.
In his latest work, officials of the Association are seen taking bribes to influence matches and also to facilitate player selection into national teams.
In a statement from the Football Association, revealed that it is taking steps to rebuild the Association after its President resigned last week after an executive committee meeting.
The Association has indicated that it has set up a committee to work with the Government of Ghana as it moves to ensure sanity in the Association.
The statement said, “That a five-member team comprising of Messrs Kweku Eyiah (Leader), Benjamin Nab Eyison, Kurt Okraku (Spokesperson), Isaac Addo and Samuel Opoku Nti has been tasked to meet Government for a resolution of the current impasse as well as draw up a program for lasting reforms”.