The under fire legal practitioner insists he has the requisite licence to handle cases in the country
Ghana Football Association disciplinary committee chairman Osei Kwadwo Adow has denied reports that he is not a licensed lawyer and shouldn’t have been allowed to sit on football cases last season.
In July, Techiman City owner Micky Charles made enquiries at the General Legal Council about the status of their member Osei Kwadwo Adow Esq.
The body later responded in a letter that none of their registered and licensed members for the year 2021 holds such a name – a situation which could lead to a lot of legal battles.
“We respond to your letter of July 1, 2021 I respect to the above (Osei Kwadwo Adow). The records of GLC/GBA sub-committee on the insuance of solicitor’s license/registration of chambers reveal that no lawyer Osei Kwadwo Adow Esq has not been licensed to practice in the year 2021,” a statement from General Legal Council read.
In spite of this, Adow has denied that he was not registered and further provided evidences to buttress his claims.
According to Adow, he paid full amount of the money required from him to be able to practice in 2021 was surprised one could go that tangent just to tarnish his hard earned reputation.
Ghana FA, as at the morning of Monday August 16, were yet to make an official release on the issue.