Ghana FA confirm return of ‘missing’ $100k Glo money

The Ghana Football Association has confirmed the retrieval of the $100,000 cash paid by the Normalization Committee as legal fees in the arbitration settlement from Globacom Ghana Limited.

Dr. Kofi Amoah facilitated the return of the payment he made to a lawyer who he claims masterminded the payment of a $1m debt owed the football association by telecommunication giants.

The money was returned to the GFA on Tuesday December 3, 2019 and it has since been deposited into the accounts of the FA.

PRESS RELEASE: UPDATE ON GLOBACOM GHANA ARBITRATION SETTLEMENT

Subsequent to our press release dated Friday 29th November, 2019 on the above subject, the Ghana Football Association wishes to confirm that the $100,000 US Dollars, being 10% of the $1m arbitration money paid to Davies & Davies Law Firm by the former Normalisation Committee of the GFA as legal fees for retrieving the money from Glo, has been returned to the FA by the recipient.

The money was returned to the GFA today, Tuesday December 3, 2019 and it has since been deposited into the accounts of the FA.

SIGNED:

COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT

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