The headquarters of the Ghana Football Association in Accra will resume normal work today and be accessible for the first time since it was closed following rampant bribery allegations captured in an investigative video.
The football governing body has not functioned since June 8 when the Ghana Police Service declared it a crime scene in the aftermath of the airing of the Anas tape and its workers have not been at their posts.
However, with FIFA’s Normalisation committee to bring Ghana Football back to its footing set to kick in today, normalcy returns to the association’s secretariat.
The headquarters of the Ghana FA was built with a $500,000 grant from the FIFA Goal Project established by former FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who also lost his position through a corruption scandal.
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By: Samuel Addo