It seems that politics is now attached to everything we do in this country. From one sector to another and one institution to another, one would see politics at play. The government of the day always tends to interfere with the decision making process of such sectors or institutions.
The Deputy General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Lawyer Nana Obiri Boahen has admitted that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) are better managers of the affairs of Ghana Black Stars when the party is in power. He explained that the government of the day always appoints the party members who are good in Sports onto the football management body. Lawyer Obiri Boahen added that these appointed individuals are involved in the decision making process.
He made mention of Yaw Boateng Gyan stating that he was appointed onto the administration of Ghana Football Association (GFA) by the NDC and Mr. Gyan was actively involved in the decision making process of the association. He stressed that the NPP government should have done same but the government does not want to interfere with the work of the management and the GFA and has thus left it all to the administrators. He added that these administrators are not politicians and thus tend to take decisions which favours them without having the party at heart.
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