The joint FIFA/CAF mission dispatched by FIFA to Ghana has nominated four persons to form a committee that will normalise the operations of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The members of the Normalisation Committee who start their duties with immediate effect are businessman Dr Kofi Amoah (Chairman), former Airtel Ghana CEO, Lucy Quist, Lawyer Dua Adonten (Former Kotoko Board member) and Naa Odofoley Nortey (a Board member of the Attorney General’s Department – Legal Aid Scheme).
Briefing the media, FIFA’s Director of Development for Africa and the Caribbean, Veron Mosengo-Omba hinted that the normalisation committee was not yet completed, explaining that other persons would be added after consultations between, FIFA, CAF and the government of Ghana.
The head of governance at FIFA, Luca Nicola said the four persons would begin their duties with immediate effect ahead even before their final confirmation after an eligibility test that will be carried out by the FIFA review Committee.
Pressmen at the press briefing
Mr Nicola said the eligibility test will be carried out in accordance with FIFA governance rules.
He warned that FIFA reserves the right to revoke the rights of one or all the members of the committee for the duration of their mandate or to nominate additional persons.