Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Adjapong has told Accra-based Oman FM he no longer has interest in investing in Ghana football.
The Ghanaian politician and businessman in 2018 promised he will invest into the country’s football but since relented on it.
Speaking to Oman FM, Kennedy Adjapong based his reason on failure on the part of delegates and club officials to elect the George Afriyie as president of the Ghana football association.
He maintained that the former GFA vice was his candidate and someone he can reason with on issues affecting the country’s football therefore he will no longer invest in it.
“He is my friend and I would have come on board to support him but he didn’t win the elections so I won’t support it.”
“You didn’t vote for the person whom I can reason with about some of the challenges confronting Ghana football so why should I waste my money to come and support you? Kennedy Agyapong quizzed.
“Read my lips I won’t do that.” He told Oman FM.
Meanwhile, Dreams Fc owner Kurt Okraku was elected president of the Ghana Football Association after defeating George Afriyie to the position in last year’s election.