"The case has been pending for a long time and I have no option than to forward it to the Chief Justice to be expedited" - Alhaji Grusah
Prior to the 2014-15 Ghana Premier League season, Alhaji Karim Gruzah rose in search of justice for his club after his team finished in the bottom three in the previous season.
He secured Interlocutory injunction on Ghana Football Association (GFA)'s annual congress, the powerful decision making body, to confirm his club relegated after his petition to have the FA deduct points off Aduana Stars after they failed to pay a fine imposed on them by the FA within a stipulated time of two weeks came to naught.
However, an Accra Human Rights court ruled out King Faisal's plea in December 2014 to place an injunction on the league, but added that Faisal should be reinstated into the Premier League should they win the court battle.
But after two years, the case is still pending in court and Alhaji Grusah says he has no option than to forward it to the Chief Justice.
"It's been two years since the Human Rights Court ruled that the (2014-15) league should go on whilst they attend to the case, but they have not done anything about it," Alhaji Abdul Karim Grusah said in an interview with Happy FM.
"The case has been pending for a long time and I have no option than to forward it to the Chief Justice to be expedited," he stated.
Alhaji Grusah also accused Ghana Oil (Goil) of discrimination for sponsoring Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.