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September 25, 2020
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NSA Board Chair punches ‘sleeping’ Normalisation Committee

Stakeholders of Ghana football are extremely angry with the Normalisation Committee (NC) for being annoyingly sluggish and apparently sleeping too long on the job.

The four-member NC chaired by Dr. Kofi Amoah was appointed by FIFA in consultation with the government of Ghana and given six months to administer the affairs of football as well as change the status of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).

This was after a documentary on corruption in Ghana football by investigative Anas Aremeyaw Anas, which led to the government suspending all football activities in the country.

However, the Board Chairman for the National Sports Authority (NSA), Kwadwo Baah-Agyemang has taken a dig at the NC because it did nothing to change the status of Ghana football during the initial period given to it to work and exit.

According to him, the Normalisation Committee virtually slept on the job and had to run to FIFA for extra six months extension of its mandate.

“Normalization did absolutely nothing in their first six months,” Mr. Baah-Agyemang told Atinka FM yesterday.

He regretted that despite changes being made to the committee after their mandate was extended; the committee is still slow in carrying out its duties.

“Changes were made in the committee composition and yet still they are slow in delivering their mandate. I can only give them 37% of job done so far.”

The Normalisation Committee has had its mandate extended for another six months and it is expected to organize elections and leave by the end of September.

Source: The Custodian

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