Court throws out case against GFA elections
An Accra Circuit court has dismissed the case brought against the Presidential elections of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The election which was slated for August 18 was suspended after one John Kwame Quayson filed a motion against it at the court.
The Accra-based lawyer was seeking an interpretation as to why the district and regional level elections of the FA wouldn’t be held before the main presidential elections.
But the court presided over by Justice R.B Batu Friday morning dismissed the motion and slapped a cash award of Ghc8,000 on the complainant.
This means that the elections can now go ahead as planned. So far, the substantive President of the FA Kwesi Nyantakyi is the only candidate who has filed his nomination for the position.