The secretariat the Ghana Football Association (GFA), is undergoing a facelift after four months of lack of maintenance due to Government of Ghana’s decision to halt activities of the association.
McDan Construction and Painting Ltd is the company contracted by the Normalization Committee to paint the building of the FA to give it a facelift.
Painting work on the FA structure according to GhanaCrusader.com sources began on Sunday, but when work will be completed is unknown by our sources as contractors are also unwilling to divulge any information to our team earlier today.
GhanaCrusader.com earlier reported that the secretariat is bushy and staff were tasked to engage the services of a cleaning agency to clean the offices for staff to move in instead of their continual use of Citizen Kofi, an office owned by the President of Normalization Committee, Dr. Kofi Amoah.
McDan Construction and Painting Ltd were contracted to paint the office, but the cleaning agency is expected to clear the “reptile breeding” homes is expected to start work on Thursday October 4 or Friday October 5, 2018 per our checks.
It has become necessary for the GFA to undergo this exercise because the office, which was describe a crime scene by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), of the Ghana Police service following an investigation into corruption and match-fixing in Ghana football by controversial investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas lacked maintenance.
The Police seized the offices of the football governing body in Ghana for over three months until government of Ghana and FIFA set up a Normalization Committee to replace the Executive Committee on the FA mid last month.
It is unclear who is funding the painting and cleaning of the secretariat as FIFA tasked the Committee to audit the accounts of the Ghana FA. Same accounts are also a subject of investigations by the Ghana police service .
The amount to be spent on the renovation of the offices too is unknown for now.