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GFA Awaits on Government Clearance to Resume League


Kurt Okraku, GFA president 

The Ghana Football Association president, Mr. Kurt Okraku has stated the association will wait on the advice of the government to resume or truncate the league despite having a fruitful discussion so far.

" Fortunately for us, discussion have gone very well. We now waiting to hear from government. It's always been fruitful", he opined.

The Ghana premier league came to halt due to the increasing number of affected cases in the country. Following the directives of H. E Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo, a ban was placed on all social gatherings resulting to the immediate suspension of the Ghana premier league.

However, the association president, Kurt Okraku has called for calm as he assured all stakeholders of a decision to be taken in the interest of the people.

" I want to call for calm, we shall take a decision in the interest of everybody. We will communicate our decision if we decide to either cancel or truncate the season. He added.

Meanwhile, FIFA according to reports has released funds to its associate member countries to help cushion the burdens of club owners. It is not known when the funds will be shared among affiliate countries during this COVID-19 era, but reports says plans are far advanced.

Mr. Okraku speaking to the issue on happy FM, disclosed FIFA COVID-19 fund release is bound to happen and will inform the public when it arrives.

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