The Normalization Committee (NC) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has named a five-member ethics committee for the association.
The members are Justice Samuel Asiedu, a high court Judge, who will chair the committee, Frederick Boamah, Bright Okyere-Adjekum, Nabeela Wahab and David Asiedu.
Three other persons have also been selected as prosecutors for the ethics committee.
The GFA ethics committee is mandated to investigate allegations of bribery and corruption, conflicts of interest and/or moral turpitude leveled against clubs and their officials, match officials, players, members of the FA boards, among others.
It is also responsible to take appropriate measures to enhance ethical sensitivity among members of the GFA.
The five-member body will investigate allegations of bribery and corruption levelled against some GFA officials who were cited in the investigative piece on corruption in football administration in Ghana which was aired in June last year.
The revelations in the documentary, which was put together by award-winning journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his investigative team, shocked soccer-loving Ghanaians, resulting in the government’s decision to dissolve the GFA and stop all football-related activities across the country. Enditem