Aftermath of AFCON 2017 GFA member vows to help oust Kwesi Nyantakyi

Kudjoe Fianoo the chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) says he is ready to make sacrifices to help unseat Kwesi Nyantakyi as the GFA President

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Kudjoe Fianoo, the president of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) has drawn the battle line, after he disclosed his intention to revolt against the Ghana Football Association President, Kwesi Nyantakyi in his quest to topple his led administration.

Several Ghanaians have been critical on Nyantakyi, following the dismal performance of the Black Stars in the just ended Africa Cup of Nation in Gabon: Ghana missed out on the bronze medal, after a 0-1 defeat against Burkina Faso in the third place play-off.

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Fianoo, who has been one of the critics of the GFA boss has come out openly to lead the crusade to get the FIFA Executive Committee member from office as the President of the Ghana FA.

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“The way things are going if some of us have to sacrifice our lives to get Nyantakyi out of office, I am ready to do that,” he told Happy FM.

“The voice of the people is the voice of God and so if the people say they don’t want him (Kwesi) in office, then we have to stand for them.

The former Ghana FA ExCo member who was voted out of office in 2015 added that there are calculated attempts he is yet to unleash on the current FA Boss to make his third tenure of office ungovernable.

“There are so many things I’ll do. I have already told you this is part one. I have part two and three which I’ll release gradually,” he added.

“After the report of the Black Stars AFCON campaign, we will know the next line of action. We can’t release everything now but have to wait for them to submit their reports first.

“After the submission of their report, we will then know what went on in Gabon and if we think the FA President must go, then we will call for an emergency congress and pass a vote of no confidence in him and get him out of office.

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Kwesi Nyantakyi has been in charge of the Black Stars since 2005 and was in 2015 given another four-year mandate to run the Ghana FA.

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