Federation of International Football (FIFA) has warned the government to withdraw the court proceedings to dissolve the Ghana Football Association by Monday, 27 August, 2018 or face its wrath.
According to media reports, the world football governing body has forwarded the letter to the Sports Ministry and that is rattling cages in the West African country.
If the authorities fail to comply with this latest directive, Ghana would be handed a worldwide ban, meaning no club or national team can compete in international competitions.
Football in the country came to a halt in June after an Accra High Court granted an application by the Attorney General to enable government dissolve the local football governing body.
The Attorney General headed following an explosive revelation by investigative journalist Anas Armeyaw where some officials and referees were caught on tape taking bribes.
The exposé led to the resignation of Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi who was captured on tape receiving $65,000 gift to agree a sponsorship deal with supposed investors- something he is contesting in court.
He resigned on Friday, June 8, after FIFA handed him a 90-day provisional ban from all footballing activities.
Over 80 referees and football officials were involved in the bribery scandal which has rocked the GFA.