FIFA will announce members of the Normalisation committee to run Ghana football next week, Happyghana.com can confirm.
The world governing body will take temporal control of the Ghana Football Association amid massive corruption allegations which have rocked the West African nation.
FIFA director of development for Africa and Caribbean, Veron Mosengo-Omba and acting CAF First Vice Amadu Pinnick will arrive in Ghana on Tuesday to hold meeting with the country’s sports minister Isaac Asiamah.
The arrival of the two officials will pave way for the announcement of members of the normalisation committee, who have been tasked to lead the reformation of football in the country.
FIFA’s intervention follows an investigative piece by controversial journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas which revealed widespread infractions in the game.
The widely publicized corruption led to the suspension of former Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi.
Nyantakyi, who also also resigned from his role at CAF, is serving a 45 day suspension extension from the world governing body.
Local fans are getting increasingly impatient with the snail pace of announcing members of the normalisation committee which will pave way for football to return to normalcy.