Former Sports Minister Unimpressed With ‘Slow’ Normalization Committee

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Member of Parliament for Odododiodoo Constituency Nii Lante Vanderpuye is not happy with the slow pace at which the GFA  Normalization Committee is moving especially with almost a month left to fulfill their mandate.

According to the former Sports minister, the Normalization Committee have not impressed him with the way they have carried out their duties. Nii Lante Vandepuye insists that the Committee have failed to tackle the paramount reason why they were brought in, a phenomenon he thinks have not helped Ghana Football after the Anas’  Number 12 investigative piece.

“At this point the Normalization Committee should have ended its work and congress should have been in place with an executive management team in place. They will now embark upon reforms that will ensure that all grey areas that festered the autocratic regime of a President where he could do away with his vice could be looked at.

“What do we do with Colts football and what do we do with women’s football? The reforms need to be embarked upon slowly so we can develop our game. You cant have a Normalization Committee in perpetuity,it is not right.

“The way we are going by the time they finish their work our football will be dead. Even now football is dead. I thought that within three months we would have ended up with a road map to congress,”

Meanwhile, the President of the Normalization Committee Dr Kofi Amoah insists they are on track and would soon succeed in bringing Ghana football back to where in belonged.

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