Unconfirmed reports reaching ghanamansports.com indicates that the Executive Committee of the Ghana Football Association has been dissolved.
This follows the disgraceful misconduct exhibited by most of the members of the Association in the famous Ghana Football Expose named Number 12. The Investigations were led by Under cover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
The Expose was premiered in Accra on Wednesday Afternoon at the Accra International Conference Centre. The contents of the tape has since caused a state of tension in the country as several officials were caught taking money for one reason or the other.
The President of the Association, Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi was also found using the name of the President and Vice President of the country to extort money from investors who were under cover investigators working for the Tiger Eye Group.
Over hundred referees were also caught taking bribe in cash and kind to fix matches. Officials of the National Sports Authority were also caught taking money for various reasons.
Unconfirmed sources close to ghanamansports has indicated that the government has called for dissolution of the Executive pending investigations by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service.
The General Secretary of the Association released a statement on Wednesday to confirm that any GFA member found culpable in the wake of the Anas Number 12 video would not be spared as per the rules and regulations of the Football Body. The official reaction from any of the communication outlets of the GFA was yet to confirm or deny the story at the time of publication.
As the drama unfolds, our cherished readers would be kept updated.