The Chairman of GHALCA says Kojo Yankah, the chairman of the Western Region Football Association (RFA) should be have been jailed if we were in a proper society.
Kojo Yankah sent a proposal to the GFA Executive Committee that they (RFAs) want 5% fees from league matches and another 5% from player transfers that go to the Fianoo led GHALCA to be cut down to 2.5%, so that the other 2.5% would be invested in juvenile football in the country because GHALCA doesn’t use the money they receive for any project that helps in the development of the game in the country.
Fianoo who had swore heaven to retain the 5% benefit that goes to GHALCA has taken a swipe at Kojo Yankah accusing him of doing a shoddy work for the association at Prampram which is a FIFA Goal Project to him.
“It is not the loose talks of Kojo Yankah that we should listen, he should have been jailed by now if we were in any proper society, because of the worst job he did at Prampram
“I am urging journalist to go to Prampram and see the kind of classrooms he has built at a cost of $50,000. How much did he invest in juvenile football. I have been a member of auditing before and we had issues with RFA accounts and they are the people who are now saying money should not be given to somebody.
“If we were in a proper system an Executive member should not be given a contract. Who did he compete with to win such a contract. It only happens at the GFA.