Disciplinary Committee A Chairman of the Ghana Football Association, Prosper Harrison Addo has revealed that he will quit his position after the current football league season.
Prosper Addo, who is a seasoned lawyer and also a well-known on media issues in Ghana and a member of the Sports Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG) has served as the chairman of the disciplinary committee of the Ghana football association for two-years.
And in the 2015/16, he was tagged as the one who chaired the Hearts of Oak-Asante Kotoko protest case that almost resulted in neither of them being relegated to the 2nd tier of the Ghana football.
He disclosed on Happy FM sports that, “After this very league season, I’ll call it a day on the Disciplinary Committee Board. I put in too much time and effort and I think the time has come to move on to other things.”
“I need a different challenge in my life because after serving for 2-years as the chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of the Greater Accra Regional Football Association and two years on the Disciplinary Committee chairman on this board, I feel I’ve given everything and therefore will quit when the season ends.”
Prosper Addo attended the Ghana School of Law and was called to the BAR in 2001, and holds a degree in Economics and Law from the University of Ghana and an MBA from the Salford Business School in Manchester, UK.
By: Reuben Obodai