President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Kurt Okraku has been left shocked over the fees to be charged by the National Sports Authority (NSA) for the use of Accra Sports Stadium by premier league clubs.
This comes in the wake of an announcement by the NSA to charge between GHC20,000 and GHC15,000 depending on the match category.
Apparently, the figures did not sit well with the GFA boss who took to his Twitter account to exercise his displeasure; describing it as exorbitant and unacceptable.
“I have read in the public space a statement from the NSA on new stadia user facility charges.
“I will say this is unfortunate and our GFA will engage the NSA on this exorbitant and unacceptable fees!!!, ” he tweeted.