John Mahama urges Kurt Okraku to improve quality of refereeing in Ghana football
Former President, John Dramani Mahama had urged the Ghana Football Association (GFA), to put measures in place for quality of refereeing in the country’s elite Division.
Officiating is become, a born of contention in the country’s football especially in the Ghana Premier League with issue of match officials winning man of the match each week growing in numbers.
Despite, Anas Aremeyaw Anas expose, coming to life in 2018 to curtail poor Officiating club officials continue to complain on poor performance from referees.
The Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku recently, at a visit to the former Ghana leader was told to put pragmatic plans to curtailing poor officiating.
“There have been concerns about refereeing and so it depresses the quality of the league but we have faith that you have all that in hand and we will continue to support you,” the former President said.
He also pledged his support to the GFA stating that he was at their disposal for any advice or encouragement.
“My doors are open and if there is anything you think as a former President, I can do to bring in any moral encouragement, don’t hesitate to let me know,” President Mahama added.
Story Kolog Bonaventure