Olympics Chief Commodore Slams Cudjoe Fianoo Over GFA President’s Travel Claims

Accra Great Olympics chief Olluboi Commodore has sharply disagreed with Cudjoe Fianoo’s claims that the Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi must sit at the federation’s headquarters everyday to administer in the game in the country.

The Chairman of the Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) Fianoo took a massive swipe Nyantakyi insisting he travels more than a pilot.

The CAF 1st Vice Nyantakyi was in Slovakia for the 42nd UEFA Congress as a part of the continent’s governing body’s delegation and couldn’t make it to the launch of the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League at the headquarters of the federation which prompted the attack from Fianoo.

And according to the seasoned football administrator, the current Nyantakyi administration is not interested in the development of football.

The Ghana League Clubs Association boss for some time has become an even more vocal critic of Nyantakyi, chancing on the least opportunity to slam his administration.

However, the CAF First Vice President appears to have had enough and is not taking Fianoo’s latest criticism lightly.

Now a leader of a litigating club Accra Great Olympics has joined in the fray insisting the daily presence of the President of the GFA is not needed as people are employed to carry out such functions at the secretariat.

“The secretariat of GFA must be able to work efficiently whether the GFA president, Kwesi Nyantakyi is present or absent in the country,” General Manager of Great Olympics, Olluboi Commodore on ASEDA FM.

Nyantakyi has been president since 2005.

But has declared he will not seek re-election when he tenure comes to an end next year and Cudjoe Fianoo has declared his interest in becoming the next president.

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