Apparently, a page containing payments made by now-defunct Normalisation Committee (NC) was not part of the financial statement presented to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) during its congress last year.
Former Ghana FA presidential aspirant, Wilfred Kwaku Osei popularly known as ‘Palmer’ in a recent interview revealed that page 22 of the financial statement from the NC was missing.
Interestingly, some Executive Council (ExCo) members of the GFA have reportedly confirmed that they were on not aware of the ‘missing’ page presented during congress last year.
Several sources within the Ghana Football Association have confirmed that the financial statement labelled from Page 1 to 23 do not contain the missing ‘Page 22’, raising eyebrows over the accounts presented.
Some sources within the Ghana Football Association have confirmed that the financial statement labelled from Page 1 to 23 do not contain the ‘missing’ Page 22, raising eyebrows over the accounts presented by the NC.
There have since been several suggestions that the missing page contains allowances and other expenses incurred by the committee; otherwise referred to as ‘Directors emoluments and expenses’ under erstwhile administrations.
The Normalisation Committee was set up to run Ghana football in the interim following the resignation of Kwesi Nyantakyi as FA in the wake of the famous ‘Number 12’ documentary by Anas Aremeyaw Anas in June 2018.
Their tenure despite being for a short while was characterized by several scandals; from plot to disqualify Wilfred ‘Palmer’ from the FA presidential election to the refund of $100,000 to the GFA supposedly spent on legal fees, among others.