Owner of Elmina Sharks, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, has advised the Government to leave party politics out of Ghana football following Anas’ video.
Football activities is currently on hold in Ghana following Anas video dubbed ‘Number 12.
The said investigative piece captured top Ghana FA officials and referees taking bribes to influence the outcome of certain.
Due to that, the Government took steps to dissolve the FA by securing a 10-day injunction to stop football related activities.
With Government’s move, clubs owners have started feeling the heat, and they have been calling on Government to be a little bit soft.
However, the business mogul took to his Facebook page and wrote:
“I am an owner of the Fearsome Elmina Sharks, FC, Sea Lions and Elmina Football Academy. We own our own Stadium. We know very well that we need everyone ‘s support to make our football venture work. We know we must cultivate the cooperation of government and we cannot bring partisan politics into our football. I am urging everyone to do the same and resist the temptation to drag football into NPP/PPP/NDC/CPP/PNC, etc politics.
“We miss our football. #bringourfootballback.”
Government has since started talks with FIFA in ensuring Ghana is not banned from football.