The Cape Coast High Court ‘2’ presided over by Justice Dapaah has declared MNS Doe winner of the dispute in Central Region FA chairmanship election two years ago.
Mr Arthur,former CEO of BA United secured 26 votes in a keenly contested elections to beat Mr Doe who had 24 votes out of the total vote cast.
The defeat did not go down well with Mr. Doe and inorder to continue his 26 years in charge as head of the Central Regional Football Association, went to the court.
However, Mr. Doe, who felt the electoral procedure and criteria for contesting was not properly followed and therefore petitioned the court in October, 2015.
To Confirm his triumph over Roy, MNS Doe spoke to Boss FM, 93,7 in Kumasi this afternoon and explained that his rival did not qualify to stand for the elections in the Central Region.
“Roy only spent three months working as a football person in the Central Region but the law says any person who has the desire to contest for such a position should spend at least three years” he said.
Judge Justice Dapaah ruling has restrained Roy Arthur from holding himself as the Football Association Chairman.
A sum GHS 3,000.00 was awarded the plaintiff.
Mr Doe explained further that he is ready to work and help football in the region grow.
Asked what new things he can bring on board, he said ” this job is already outlined, our duty is to mobilize people on football purposes in the region (Central) and we shall do that very well.”