The interim body set up by Fifa to lead processes of restoring football in the country has began with auditing the previous administration’s accounts and sponsorships
Ghana football’s Normalisation Committee chairman Dr. Kofi Amoah has revealed that all the sponsorship contracts signed by the immediate past Ghana FA are under investigations.
In a Press briefing held in Accra, on Wednesday, the committee’s chief rejected suggestions that they have been very slow in their dealings since assuming office.
“We are really working since coming into office. The Ghana FA’s accounts needed to be audited and we’re currently doing that to help our course,” Dr. Amoah told the Media.
“External auditors have been brought on board and they are in the process of auditing the accounts to know the state of things.
“The GFA also has sponsorship contracts with several companies and we are in the process of reviewing them in order to take decisions,” he added.
Some of the contracts expected to be scrutinized include Zylofon Cash’s sponsorship for the Ghana Premier League as well as UniBank, Guinness Ghana, Goldfields Ghana and GNPC sponsorships that were offered to the Black Stars.
The Normalisation Committee’s mandate will expire on March 31, 2019
but it can be extended.