The Attorney General Department will today Tuesday, June 12 go to court as the Government goes through the process in dissolving the Ghana Football Association as required by law.
The Minister of Information, Mustapha Hamid disclosed to the media that the Attorney General is heading to court with two petitions, thus, petition seeking to liquidate the GFA and secondly, the Attorney General seeks for an ex-parte motion (seeking an injunction to restrain the GFA from operations or doing any other form of business relating to football).
The Information Ministry communique debunks the Sports Ministry’s claim indicating that Government has dissolve the Ghana Football Association.
The next step of action by Government will follow in the coming days based on the court proceedings.
As FIFA frowns on Government’s interference in football issues, the decision taken by the Attorney General does not violate FIFA laws hence not attracting any ban from the Football Governing Body.