The Police has deplored maximum security at the GFA headquarters in Accra.
According to a statement released by the police administration, they have begun investigations into activities of the GFA and its officers.
“Police will provide 24-hour security at the premises and entreat the public to cooperate with investigations,” the statement signed by Police Director of Public Affairs DSP Sheila Kessie Abayie-Buckman said.
This comes after government-initiated steps to dissolve the football association barely 24 hours after the premiere of the damning documentary in which over 100 referees, National Sports Authority officials, officers of the Sports Ministry, as well as key football association personnel were captured taking bribes.
What is worse, the FA president, Kwesi Nyantekyi was captured in the most damning circumstances after he virtually demanded $11 million from a businessman [who was actually an investigative journalist] to “take over the whole country.”
This revelation has left many including some football administrators shocked and have backed government decision to overhaul to current GFA.