Former Chairman of Ghana Minerals Commission, Dr Tony Aubyn, has lauded the Vetting Committee of the Normalisation Committee of Ghana Football Association (GFA) for their professionalism.
Speaking to news men, Dr Aubyn disclosed that members of the Vetting Committee attached professionalism in executing their mandate on integrity checks on aspirants seeking to take up leadership roles within the GFA.
“Per what I observed during the vetting, the committee did a professional job,” he said.
The former Board Chair of Tarkwa based club, Medeama SC, who partook in the vetting process is one of the aspirants seeking to be elected on the GFA’s Executive Council.
He further explained his decision not to contest for the GFA Presidency.
“I rescinded my decision to contest for GFA President because I’m not well known within the football community,” he added.
He advised that, for the next GFA to be successful, there should be a vibrant Executive Council to act as a check on the President.
“The next GFA President needs strong and progressive Executive Council to prevent the President from being a dictator,” he explained.
GFA elections is slated for 27th October 2019.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Isaac Ansah Apagya