The government of Ghana and FIFA recently agreed to set up a normalisation committee to help bring back Ghana football to normalcy after the storm that hit it in the wake of the Anas Aremeyaw Anas #12 expose´.
The government is expected to file a motion today [Monday] at the Accra High Court to officially withdraw its liquidation petition against the Ghana Football Association.
Per the agreement, FIFA in consultation with government and CAF’s Normalization Committee will replace the current executive committee of the Ghana Football Association.
Their mandate will be to work out a timetable and a roadmap to get new executives elected to form a new Executive Committee of the FA.
The government earlier initiated processes to dissolve the GFA in June after investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas uncovered widespread rot in all facets of Ghana football.