Former Chairman of Division One League Board of the Ghana Football Association, Lawyer Ntow Fianko has ruled himself out of working for the yet-to-be named Normalization committee.
FIFA and government held a meeting on Thursday to find ways of ensuring Ghana Football gets back after two months of the showing of Anas’ exposé.
Government had initially taken steps to dissolve the Ghana Football Association but FIFA handed an ultimatum of August 27 to have the case withdrawn from court or the country suffers its wrath.
Following the threat from FIFA, the two parties met and the resolution from the engagement was to form a normalization committee with government also withdrawing the case from court.
Speaking to Ohene Bampoe–Brenya on Happy FM‘s Anopa Bosuo Sports, ace legal practitioner, Ntow Fianko bluntly declined interest in working with the incoming committee.
“I am happy that the GFA won’t be dissolved and football will continue in the country. That’s all we were hoping for. This is exactly what the GHALCA vote of no confidence seeks to achieve anyway.”
“I don’t want to be part of the Normalization committee even if they appoint me; I won’t join because I have lot of things to do. I can send my suggestions and ideas for the reforms as a football person if they ask me too but to join, no way.”
By: Ayishatu Zakaria Ali