Three Ghanaian sports journalists have been invited to assist the country's football governing body to investigate numerous games believed to have been fixed in the just ended 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season, Kickgh.com can exclusively report.
The Ghana Football Association has decided to invite three sports broadcasters to assist the Compliance & Integrity Officer and the GFA Prosecutors over the match-fixing scandal that has soiled the integrity and image of Ghana Football.
Kickgh.com can exclusively report that the three broadcast journalists invited by the Ghana FA are Clancy Atta Poku of Wontumi FM/TV, Andy Akosah Dennis (Andy Kerm) of Kessben FM/TV, and Saddick Adams of Angel FM.
The trio will be appearing before the Compliance & Integrity Officer and the GFA Prosecutors in the coming days to assist in investigations of the embarrassing matter which has tainted the image of the Football Association.
The integrity of Ghana Football was soiled after match-week 34 fixture between AshantiGold SC and Inter Allies produced a mind-blowing scoreline of 7-0 in favor of AshantiGold. The game is currently under investigation over match-fixing allegations after the game.
Captain of Inter Allies affirmed in an interview with Kumasi FM that he deliberately scored two own goals to foiled bet on the planned outcome of the fixture played at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi last weekend.
The Ghana Football Association has opened investigations into the game Ghana Premier League match-week 34 fixture between AshantiGold SC and Inter Allies as well as other matches.
The Association has also complained about the match with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service and the Ghana wing of Interpol for the criminal investigation of the game.
Earlier today, the Ghana Football Association released a list of players and officials of Inter Allies and AshantiGold SC who are under investigation for the alleged match-fixing scandal as two players of Inter Allies namely Hashmin Musah and goalkeeper Danso Wiredu will be facing the investigation team on Friday.
The Ghana FA has urged the general public, the media, players, and technical team members to also send any evidence or information whatsoever connected to the match (a statement, video, audio, etc) to assist the investigations through the GFA integrity Hotline and email.
Member of the GFA Executive Council, Frederick Acheampong disclosed on Kessben FM that the country's football governing is ready to bite any member or stakeholder found guilty in any match-fixing scandal.