The Ghana Football Association (GFA) have been served with court injunction over the election procedures of the association. The governing Football body in the West African Country is expected to oblige the status quo by holding elections this year for the President and Executive Council Members.
Though, roadmap and Guidelines to the 2023 GFA elections has been outlined but seems not in right terms with some Ghanaian football administrators.
On Monday, President and bankroller of King Faisal FC, Alhaji Karim Grusah secured court orders to place an injunction on the upcoming GFA elections until district and regional elections are held.
In the elections roadmap put out there by the GFA, all district and regional elections thus District Football Association (DFA) and Regional Football Association(RFA) will wait for the President to be elected first.
Bailiff chased the Executive Council Members(ExCO) in a 100m olympic race in an attempt to run away from a court injunction service.
Grusah confirmed in an interview with Accra-based media outlet, Asempa FM.
“I have dragged the GFA elections to court, so what do I have to monitor again?
“We served the Ghana Football Association on Monday. They were running away, doing hide and seek but we got Frederick Acheampong to serve him with it”
“If you do right thing, you won’t run away.
Meanwhile, in Ghana during elections they first hold the primaries before minor elections then to Member of Parliament elections and President.
Grusah wants the norms in Ghana to be followed and not a new format for the seek of someone’s interest.
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