Embattled Wilfred Osei Palmer has filed an appeal with the Ghana Football Associated against his disqualification from the October 25th presidential race.

The Ghana FA presidential aspirant submitted his appeal on Monday to the Ghana Football Association following a vetting committee ruling that disqualified him on ethical grounds.

The Tema Youth bank roller was disqualified on the breach of Article 33(5)(c) of the GFA general regulations, which stipulates clubs to pay percentage in the transfer of players.
Mr. Osei Kweku Palmer was also disqualified following the ruling of the ethics committee of the Association in December 2017 for comments he made on the black Stars inability to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Palmer's disqualification came just 48 hours after launching his "policy document" at the Alisa hotel to kis kick start his campaign for the august office.

His appeal is to challenge the two decisions of the vetting committee that sort to thwart his Ghana FA ambition.

He was among 8 contestants vying for the prestigious FA Presidential seat following the abrupt end of the Kwesi Nyantakyi regime.