Accra High Court Extends Injunction Against The GFA And Puts The Registrar Of Companies In Charge Of Its Assets

The Accra High Court has extended for a period the injunction placed on activities of the Ghana Football Association sought by the Attorney General’s Department.

The AG applied for the injunction to be put in place to prevent the FA from making moves whilst the court case seeking to dissolve it had yet to be determined.

Initially the injunction was granted for 10 days but at the most recent court date it was extended for the duration of the substantive case of the FA’s dissolution.

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The move to dissolve the Ghana Football Association comes after the rank corruption at the body uncovered by Anas’ incredible exposé ‘Number 12’.

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Aside granting the injunction, the court has also placed the GFA’s assets under the administration of the the registrar of companies, Mrs Jemima Oware.

Government aims to dissolve the current body and set up an entirely new body to run football in the country with the blessing of Fifa.

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