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WAFA chief George Ofosuhene bemoans football ban in Ghana

General Manager of WAFA George Ofosuhene has expressed his concern over the suspension of football related activities in Ghana.

A 10-day injunction secured to halt football activities elapsed on Friday after the court granted an ex parte motion filed by thecountry's Attorney General two weeks ago.

This comes afteran investigative piece by journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas revealed perceived widespread corruption in the game in the West African nation.

The ban is affecting us a lot, Ofosuhene said.

"Players have to travel [but] there is a ban on the Ghana Football Association not to operate,...


Published By: GhanaSoccerNet. - Saturday, 23 June

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