Techiman Eleven Wonders Chief Executive Officer Takyi Arhin has questioned the intergrity of the five appointees of government to oversee the restructuring of Ghana Football.
The outspoken football administrator labeled the committee as 'blue kiosk', a term which refers to any shop where the locally brewed gin, 'akpeteshie' is sold.
On Wednesday, the government of Ghana announced a five-member Interim Management which will be headed by business mogul Dr. Kofi Amoah.
Other members of the committee include, Ex-Black Stars players Abedi Pele, Rev. Osei Kofi, GHALCA boss Cudjoe Fianoo and Lawyer/ female sports journalist Ms. Eva Okeyere.
Peace FM Sports Editor and owner/editor of the Ghana Sports newspaper Dan Kwaku Yeboah will serve as the committee’s spokesperson.
"This interim committee set up by government is dead on arrival. They have a bad image. It is a blue kiosk committee to me," Mr Arhin told Happy FM.
"Dr Kofi Amoah said in 2004 that he has little knowledge in football and hence withdrawn from the GFA presidential race giving way to the late Ben Koffie to go unopposed. I don't understand why he is part of the committee. He has no business being there."
"I don't even want to talk about Eva Okyere. Was she not part of the Disciplinary committee of the FA which always had their verdict wrong? She is a square Peck in a round hole"
"The best former player to have been on the committee is Tony Baffoe not Rev. Osei Kofi. Rev Osei Kofi has no knowledge in football now."
"How can Abedi Pele be part of this committee? Someone who was once caught in a match fixing scandal? Abedi Pele is another corrupt person and shouldn't be part at all," he bemoaned.
He reiterated that, "Working with these people will be a difficult task. Football people won't agree to this arrangement by the government."
"It is clear Hon. Isaac Asiamah is not on top of issues. The least said about him, the better."
"NSA officials were also captured in the Anas video. Why has government not taken steps to dissolve the NSA? Are their case different?" he quizzed.
By Daraja Mutari/Ghanaguardian.com