Francis Oti-Akenteng who is a member of the liaison team for Ghana Football has rubbished reports which indicates that members of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) have rejected government's willingness to pay their salaries for the month of June.
The Ghana Football liaison team met with members of Ghana and owners of football clubs at the Alisa Hotel in Accra where they disclosed that the government was ready to pay the salaries of the embattled GFA workers.
This became the talk of town and reports emerged that the officials of the GFA had refused to accept the salary but Oti-Akenteng says it is untrue.
“It is untrue, Ghana football Association staffs have not rejected attempts by the government to pay their salaries for June,” Akenteng told Sikka FM
“It is just that the accountant needs time to deal with the CID who are currently in possession of computers which contains documents on salaries of staffs. It will take sometime before we settle everything”
The GFA officials have been banned from carrying out their duties and have been served with another injunction today July 12, 2018.